Definition of pipe berth in English:

pipe berth

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(British also pipe cot)


A collapsible bed with a frame of metal pipes, used on a boat.
More example sentences
  • After five Pacific crossings there is near unanimous agreement that the pipe berth is the preferred accommodation, particularly in the rough going.

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