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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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cotcot /kɒt $ kɑːt/ noun [countable]  1 cot.jpg British EnglishDHF a small bed with high sides for a baby or young child syn crib American English2 American EnglishDHF a camp bed
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cotCots were set up in the local high school for flood victims.The daughters slept in one bed, the parents in another, the son on a cot.Grandfather clocks, davenport desks, cots, piano, mangle, even silhouettes in tiny oval frames.She plops down on the empty cot and lifts a curtain to peer out the window.After recovering from an attack of shallow breathing he recovered and one nurse said he was smiling and cooing in his cot.Children's playground; playroom; paddling pool; children's section of main pool; cots and high chairs.Where stated a baby's cot can be supplied at a charge of £5 per week.Tlere was no way to keep the two cots curtained off; they were always being exposed to serve as sofas.Gandhi lay on a white cot in the prison yard under a spreading mango tree.
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