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She also warned that infants left in a cot with a side partially down could be killed in seconds. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We sleep on a cot bed with a mosquito net. The Sun (2009)This contradicts all the recent advice to mothers to minimise cot death. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They replaced the emergency cots with beds and put better furniture in the enlarged building. Christianity Today (2000)Studies have shown that cot death is more likely to occur if the mother smoked while pregnant. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It was a cot death and was very upsetting for the whole family. The Sun (2009)There's a babysitting service and the hotel can provide high chairs and cots. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A high chair and cot are provided. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The shelter consists of two spartan dormitories lined with metal beds and cots, a few stuffed toys and pictures on the walls. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I'd bought the pram and a cot. The Sun (2011)Extra beds and cots (both free) can be added to rooms. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Free cots and high chairs can be arranged, and there is also free wi-fi. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A charge for cots, cot sides, high chairs and bed linen will be made by your park. The Sun (2014)

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British English: cot /kɒt/ NOUN
A cot is a bed for a baby, with bars or panels round it so that the baby cannot fall out.
  • American English: crib
  • Arabic: مَهْد
  • Brazilian Portuguese: berço
  • Chinese: 幼儿床
  • Croatian: kolijevka
  • Czech: postýlka dětská
  • Danish: barneseng
  • Dutch: kinderbedje
  • European Spanish: cuna
  • Finnish: pinnasänky
  • French: lit d’enfant
  • German: Kinderbett
  • Greek: κούνια
  • Italian: lettino
  • Japanese: 小児用ベッド
  • Korean: 어린이 침대
  • Norwegian: sprinkelseng
  • Polish: łóżeczko
  • European Portuguese: berço
  • Romanian: pătuț
  • Russian: детская кроватка
  • Latin American Spanish: cuna
  • Swedish: spjälsäng
  • Thai: เตียงสำหรับเด็ก
  • Turkish: bebek karyolası
  • Ukrainian: дитяче ліжко
  • Vietnamese: giường cũi của trẻ con

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