Definition of carrycot in English:

carrycot

Line breaks: carry|cot
Pronunciation: /ˈkarɪkɒt
 
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noun

British
A small portable bed for a baby.
More example sentences
  • Louis took the tired baby from her arms and tucked him into the carrycot that stood close to the bed.
  • Babies may also travel in a fastened carrycot with hard sides.
  • Anyway, I took James upstairs and settled him in his carrycot.

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