English version

rocking chair

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Furniture
rocking chairˈrocking chair noun [countable]  rocking_chair.jpg DHFa chair that has two curved pieces of wood fixed under its legs, so that it moves backwards and forwards smoothly
Examples from the Corpus
rocking chairShe had stolen a braided rug from the foot of his own bed and a rocking chair from the garage.In the living room, I sit, feet up, huddled in a rocking chair.They sat in armchairs in a low-beamed room at the front while Archer perched in a rocking chair.He sat in a rocking chair that faced the door.There was a miniature rocking chair, and against the end wall a single bed with a miniature canopy over it.Matt cradles Alexandra in the rocking chair since she is having no part of her planned bedtime.
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