bed sheet


bed sheet
A sheet, a piece of cloth cut and finished as bedlinen.

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  • bed-sheet — bedˈ sheet noun A cotton, nylon, etc sheet for a bed • • • Main Entry: ↑bed …   Useful english dictionary

  • bed|sheet — «BEHD SHEET», noun. a sheet for a bed …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bed sheet — A blue bed sheet A bed sheet is a piece of cloth used to cover a mattress. It is this sheet that one typically lies on. In many areas of the world, a second flat bed sheet is laid on top of the sheet covering the mattress. This is known as a top… …   Wikipedia

  • bed sheet — noun bed linen consisting of a large rectangular piece of cotton or linen cloth; used in pairs • Syn: ↑sheet • Derivationally related forms: ↑sheet (for: ↑sheet) • Hypernyms: ↑bed linen …   Useful english dictionary

  • bed·sheet — /ˈbɛdˌʃiːt/ noun, pl sheets [count] chiefly US : ↑sheet 1b blankets and bedsheets [=sheets] …   Useful english dictionary

  • bed sheet — large piece of cotton or linen used on a bed …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bed sheet —   Uhi pela …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • Sheet — may refer to:* Sheet, a villiage in Hampshire * Bed sheet, a piece of cloth used to cover a mattress * Sheet (sailing), a rope, cable or chain used to control a sail * The playing surface in the sport of curling * A piece of paper * A level or… …   Wikipedia

  • sheet — ‘cloth’ [OE] and sheet ‘rope attached to a sail’ [OE] are distinct words, although they have a common ancestor. This was the Germanic base *skaut , *skut ‘project’, which also produced English scot free, scuttle ‘sink a ship’, shoot, shot, shout …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • sheet — ‘cloth’ [OE] and sheet ‘rope attached to a sail’ [OE] are distinct words, although they have a common ancestor. This was the Germanic base *skaut , *skut ‘project’, which also produced English scot free, scuttle ‘sink a ship’, shoot, shot, shout …   Word origins


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