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Definition of 'sheet'

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Example sentences containing 'sheet'

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You must give them the information sheets. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The gap between the two sheets of glass provides heat insulation. Times, Sunday Times (2009)White sheets covered bodies littered in the road. The Sun (2006)This contact sheet was done one day at my house. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Set aside on a large baking sheet. The Sun (2013)The coffee table is a single sheet of glass. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We set out to keep a clean sheet and grab something at the other end. The Sun (2012)The blankets were very thin and the sheets very thick. Max Arthur Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)There are information sheets that add detail and a human layer to the names on the stone. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And maybe provide a sheet with a hole in it. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We need flooring for the tents and cover with plastic sheets and insulation. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Take one sheet of filo pastry and brush with melted spread. The Sun (2014)Line two large baking sheets with baking parchment and set aside. The Sun (2013)Small plants can be covered with sheets of glass or recycled plastic bottles used as bell jars. The Sun (2007)The clean sheet was something positive for me. The Sun (2014)Cover a thin sheet of cardboard with tin foil and place it behind your radiators. The Sun (2015)The larger charities also have free fact sheets and information packs. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Cold bending of sheet metal into trays and boxes can be carried out using a folding or bending machine. Chapman, C. & Horsley, M. & Small, E. Technology Basic Facts (1990)Houses have been torn from their foundations and cars and metal sheets are wrapped around those trees that are still standing. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I glimpsed the glorious scything silhouette through vast sheets of rain. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Ice storms are a rare and terrifying phenomenon in Britain, when freezing rain turns to sheets of ice the instant it touches anything on the ground. Times, Sunday Times (2010)

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Translations for 'sheet'

British English: sheet /ʃiːt/ NOUN
for bed A sheet is a large piece of cloth that you sleep on or cover yourself with in bed.
Once a week, we change the sheets.
  • American English: sheet
  • Arabic: مُلَاءَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: lençol
  • Chinese: 被单
  • Croatian: plahta
  • Czech: prostěradlo
  • Danish: lagen
  • Dutch: laken
  • European Spanish: sábana
  • Finnish: lakana
  • French: drap
  • German: Bettlaken
  • Greek: σεντόνι
  • Italian: foglio
  • Japanese: シーツ
  • Korean: 시트
  • Norwegian: ark
  • Polish: prześcieradło
  • European Portuguese: lençol
  • Romanian: cearșaf
  • Russian: простыня
  • Latin American Spanish: sábana
  • Swedish: lakan
  • Thai: ผ้าปูที่นอน
  • Turkish: çarşaf
  • Ukrainian: простирадло
  • Vietnamese: chăn
British English: sheet /ʃiːt/ NOUN
paper A sheet is a piece of paper, glass, plastic, or metal.
He folded the sheets of paper.
  • American English: sheet
  • Arabic: صَفِيحَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: folha
  • Chinese: 一张
  • Croatian: list papira
  • Czech: listpapíru
  • Danish: ark
  • Dutch: blad
  • European Spanish: hoja
  • Finnish: arkki
  • French: feuillede papier
  • German: Blatt
  • Greek: φύλλο
  • Italian: foglio
  • Japanese: ・・・枚
  • Korean: 한 장
  • Norwegian: ark
  • Polish: arkusz
  • European Portuguese: folha
  • Romanian: foaie
  • Russian: лист
  • Latin American Spanish: hoja
  • Swedish: ark
  • Thai: แผ่น
  • Turkish: yaprak
  • Ukrainian: лист
  • Vietnamese: tờ

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Definition of sheet from the Collins English Dictionary
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