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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
bed /bɛd/USA pronunciation n., v., bed•ded, bed•ding.

n. 
  • Furniture[countable] a piece of furniture on which one sleeps or rests:The hotel room had two double beds.
  • [uncountable] the act of or time for sleeping:It's time for bed!
  • [countable] an area of ground for growing plants:a flower bed.
  • Geography[countable] the bottom of a body of water:the sea bed.
  • [countable] an area on the bottom of a body of water that has a supply of plant or animal life: an oyster bed.

  • v. [+ object]
  • to provide with or put to a bed:We bedded them for a week.
  • idiom
    1. Idiomsget up on the wrong side of the bed, to be cranky and fussy from the moment one awakes:He's mean today; he must have gotten up on the wrong side of the bed.
    2. go to bed, [no object]
      • to retire, esp. for the night:They're really tired, let them go to bed.
    3. Idioms go to bed with, [+ object] to have sexual relations with:He just wants to go to bed with you.
    4. in bed,
      • beneath the covers of a bed:still in bed at two in the afternoon.
      • having sexual intercourse:found him in bed with his secretary.
    5. Idioms make a bed, to fit a bed with sheets and blankets.


    B.Ed., 
    an abbreviation of: Bachelor of Education.


    Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

    bed /bɛd/ n
    1. a piece of furniture on which to sleep
    2. the mattress and bedclothes on such a piece of furniture: an unmade bed
    3. sleep or rest: time for bed
    4. any place in which a person or animal sleeps or rests
    5. a unit of potential occupancy in a hospital or residential institution
    6. informal sexual intercourse
    7. a plot of ground in which plants are grown, esp when considered together with the plants in it
    8. the bottom of a river, lake, or sea
    9. a part of this used for cultivation of a plant or animal: oyster beds
    10. a layer of crushed rock, gravel, etc, used as a foundation for a road, railway, etc
    11. any underlying structure or part
    12. a layer of rock, esp sedimentary rock
    13. go to bed ⇒ (often followed by with) to have sexual intercourse (with)
    14. (of a newspaper, magazine, etc) to go to press; start printing
    15. in bed withinformal cooperating closely with (another person, organization, government, etc.) esp covertly
    16. put to bedto finalize work on (a newspaper, magazine, etc) so that it is ready to go to press
    17. take to one's bedto remain in bed, esp because of illness
    vb (beds, bedding, bedded)
    1. (usually followed by down) to go to or put into a place to sleep or rest
    2. (transitive) to have sexual intercourse with
    3. (transitive) to place, fix, or sink firmly into position; embed
    4. to form or be arranged in a distinct layer; stratify
    5. (transitive) often followed by out: to plant in a bed of soil
    Etymology: Old English bedd; related to Old Norse bethr, Old High German betti, Gothic badi



    BEd abbreviation for
    1. Bachelor of Education




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