Definition of 'bedspread'
Example sentences containing 'bedspread'
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She noticed that the button had come off the waist of her skirt and saw it in the fold of the bedspread. IN REAL LIFE (2002)The accustomed double cat-shaped depression on the bedspread was missing. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT (2002)
From our distance, their white-flowered bulbs looked like tightly sewn tufts of cotton on an old-fashioned bedspread. BLACK EAGLES (2002)
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Translations for 'bedspread'
British English: bedspread /ˈbɛdˌsprɛd/ NOUN
A bedspread is a decorative cover which is put over a bed, on top of the sheets and blankets.
- American English: bedspread
- Arabic: غَطَاء سَرِير
- Brazilian Portuguese: colcha
- Chinese: 床罩
- Croatian: prekrivač
- Czech: přehoz přes postel
- Danish: sengetæppe
- Dutch: sprei
- European Spanish: cubrecama
- Finnish: päiväpeite
- French: dessus de lit
- German: Tagesdecke
- Greek: κάλυμμα κρεβατιού
- Italian: copriletto
- Japanese: ベッドカバー
- Korean: 침대보
- Norwegian: sengeteppe
- Polish: narzuta na łóżko
- European Portuguese: colcha
- Romanian: cuvertură
- Russian: покрывало
- Spanish: cubrelecho
- Swedish: överkast
- Thai: ผ้าคลุมเตียง
- Turkish: yatak örtüsü
- Ukrainian: покривало
- Vietnamese: khăn trải giường
Definition of bedspread from the Collins English Dictionary
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