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travel cot


Definition (British English)

travel, cot
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

travel, cot
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

travel, cot
Merriam Webster


travel, cot
Online Etymology Dictionary

das Reisebettchen

Das Substantiv

English Grammar

Das Substantiv (Hauptwort, Namenwort) dient zur Benennung von Menschen, Tieren, Sachen u. Ä. Substantive können mit einem Artikel (Geschlechtswort) und i. A. im Singular (Einzahl) und Plural (Mehrzahl) auftreten.

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travel cot - das KinderreisebettLast post 19 Jun 19, 12:54
Wikipedia: A travel cot is a bed for use by a baby or young child that collapses or folds in…53 Replies
cot - KrippeLast post 30 Dec 15, 15:57 Replies
"cot" = Krippe?Last post 29 Dec 15, 19:46
LEO gibt als Übersetzung des deutschen Wortes "Krippe" u.a. das Wort "cot (Brit.)" an. http:…35 Replies
cot - das Feldbett, das Zustellbett, etcLast post 09 Jul 19, 12:17 /kɒt/ ; NAmE /kɑːt8 Replies
cotangent [abbr.: cot] [math.] - die KotangenteLast post 14 Apr 10, 21:40
In LEO gibt es zwei Uebersetzungen fuer cotangent: Kotangens und Kotangente. Das Wort Kotan…2 Replies
finger cot - FingerlingLast post 24 Apr 10, 21:39
A finger cot (also finger stall, informally finger condom) is a medical supply used to cover…0 Replies
cot - die PritscheLast post 19 Jun 19, 13:30
Merriam-Webster Onlin 1: a small usually collapsible bed often of fabric stretched on a fram…10 Replies
COTLast post 15 Feb 12, 15:32
DPC COT 2012 The DPC 2012 COTs were explained and discussed during our extended Leadership …1 Replies
travel bed - das ReisebettLast post 14 Jun 19, 14:28
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travelLast post 05 Dec 10, 18:59
Kann man sagen "How was your travel to Cambridge?" Ich denke das ist falsch, da "travel" ja…3 Replies

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