Definition of trundle bed in English:

trundle bed

Line breaks: trun¦dle bed

noun

chiefly North American
  • A truckle bed.
    More example sentences
    • All of the boys, except 17-year-old Patrick, sleep in one bedroom they call ‘the bunkhouse’ - two sets of bunk beds and a trundle bed fill most of the room.
    • Clare's bed was a trundle bed so that Mae could sleep near her.
    • When she turned five, she moved from the trundle bed tucked under Muma's bed, to her own little room across the hall from Andromeda.

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