Definition of reed bed in English:

reed bed

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An area of water or marshland dominated by reeds.
More example sentences
  • We numbered each nest and marked its position with a small plastic tag on the outer edge of the reed bed towards the open water.
  • Plans for the houses include water waste disposal via a reed bed located in a pond in communal parkland, dry composting and the collection of rain water for use in the houses.
  • We recycle the water so that from the bathrooms, we have a reed bed, which clears some of the soap and chemicals out of it, and then we use it for watering plants and trees around the place.

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