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cot
American English: /kɑt/
British English: /kɒt/

Translation of cot in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 1.1 (campbed) (American English)
    Example sentences
    • All the refugees were asleep except for the patrolling officers with flashlights making rounds around the aisles of sleeping bags and cots.
    • They were sleeping on cots and in sleeping bags, and eating out of temporary kitchens.
    • She was lying on a canvas army cot, under a cloth canopy.
    1.2 (for child) (British English)
    Example sentences
    • The baby was in the cot at the side of the double bed and the 10-year-old was in the same bedroom.
    • Always put your baby in her cot when falling asleep at night, so that she can learn to associate it with bedtime.
    • Sleeping between five and seven, some have futons for spare beds, cots for babies and can accommodate pets.

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