English version

bedstead

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Furniture
bedsteadbed‧stead /ˈbedsted/ noun [countable]  DHFthe wooden or metal frame of a bed
Examples from the Corpus
bedsteadA bedstead and a long-broken twin tub washing machine, hang together in this contorted web.An iron bedstead, skewed across a smashed floor; a torn curtain.Eliot was stretched the length of his iron bedstead.He spotted her clothes hanging over the bottom rail of the iron bedstead.Cream voile has been lavishly draped around the metal four- poster bedstead to make an attractive centrepiece.He reached a junction only to find that the right-hand alley was blocked by a rusty bedstead.She peered over the edge of the bedstead and saw a cliff of bedcover stretching endlessly to the stone floor.For all this time the bedstead had been her throne.
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