过去式: bedded 过去分词: bedded 现在分词: bedding 第三人称单数: beds
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n. beds 13
One tiny 9-inch plant, bought for $1.25 in the spring, has already taken over much of my rose bed, covering much of other plants.
But they do feel the cold, especially since they would much rather be at home in bed than walking around outside.
You just go to bed in one country and wake up in another.
Fortunately, I didn’t get any channels showing all-night movies or I would never have gotten to bed.
The average height of the population has been increasing yet the standard size of beds, doorways, and chairs has remained unchanged.
He leaves his dirty clothes everywhere, and he never makes his bed.
in bed 在床上；卧床
go to bed 上床睡觉
fluidized bed [化]流化床；流动层
on the bed 在床上
coal bed 煤层；煤床
went to bed 上床睡觉
fixed bed [化]固定床
in the bed 在床上
stay in bed 卧病在床，卧床；呆在床上；在床休息
test bed n. 试验台
river bed 河床
moving bed [化]移动床；活动底
fluid bed 流化床；怜床
packed bed 填充层
under the bed 在床下，在床底下
double bed 双人床
fluidized bed reactor 流化床反应器；怜床反应堆
get out of bed 起床，从床里出来
sea bed 海底；海床
circulating fluidized bed boiler 循环流化床锅炉；循环怜床锅炉
床,床位;(苗)床,壇;河床,(湖,海的)底Spell smell! Very well, the well-being for human being will swell.拼寫氣味(一詞)!很好,人類的福利將會膨脹.
,bed ‘down (BrE)
■to lie down to go to sleep somewhere you do not normally sleep换个地方睡觉:
Young people bedded down in doorways.
[synonym]doss down (BrE,less formal)
■(also ,bed ‘in) if sth/sb newbeds down, it/they become settled and start to work well(新事物或人)适应，开始正常工作:
It’ll take a while for the new system to bed down.
The new players have bedded down well in the team.
1. [C, U] a piece of furniture for sleeping on
a single / double bed
She lay on the bed (= on top of the covers).
He lay in bed (= under the covers).
I’m tired—I’m going to bed.
It’s time for bed (= time to go to sleep).
I’ll just put the kids to bed.
He likes to have a mug of cocoa before bed (= before going to bed).
to get into / out of bed
to make the bed (= arrange the covers in a tidy way)
Could you give me a bed for the night (= somewhere to sleep) ?
There’s a shortage of hospital beds (= not enough room for patients to be admitted).
He has been confined to bed with flu for the past couple of days.
⇨ see also air bed , camp bed , sofa bed , twin bed , waterbed
OF RIVER / LAKE / SEA 河；湖；海
2. [C] the bottom of a river, the sea, etc.
the ocean bed
oyster beds (= an area in the sea where there are many oysters )
FOR FLOWERS / VEGETABLES 花卉；蔬菜
3. [C] an area of ground in a garden / yard or park for growing flowers, vegetables, etc.
⇨ see also seedbed
BOTTOM LAYER 底层
4. [C] ~ of sth a layer of sth that other things lie or rest on
grilled chicken, served on a bed of rice
The blocks should be laid on a bed of concrete.
5. [C] a layer of clay , rock, etc. in the ground
⇨ see also bedrock
▪ (not) a bed of ‘roses
(not) an easy or a pleasant situation
Their life together hasn’t exactly been a bed of roses.
▪ get out of bed on the wrong side
(BrE) (NAmE get up on the wrong side of the bed)
to be bad-tempered for the whole day for no particular reason
▪ go to bed with sb (informal) to have sex with sb
▪ in bed
used to refer to sexual activity
What’s he like in bed?
I caught them in bed together (= having sex).
▪ you’ve made your bed and you must ‘lie in / on it (saying) you must accept the results of your actions
▪ take to your ‘bed
to go to bed and stay there because you are ill / sick
⇨ more at die v., wet v.
(-dd-) [VN] 1. ~ sth (in sth) to fix sth firmly in sth
The bricks were bedded in sand to improve drainage.
Make sure that you bed the roots firmly in the soil.
2. (old-fashioned) to have sex with sb
▪ 7bed ‘down
to sleep in a place where you do not usually sleep
You have my room and I’ll bed down in the living room.
1 SLEEP 睡眠 [countable, uncountable] a piece of furniture that you sleep on 床
Simon lay in bed thinking.
You should go to bed early.
She got into bed and turned out the light.
before bed (=before going to bed) 睡前
Dad has a whisky before bed.
→ camp bed, four-poster bed, sofa bed → See picture of camp bed 折叠床, bunk beds 双层床, cot BrE【英】/crib AmE【美】婴儿床 … → See picture of 见图 bed
2 SEX 性 [uncountable] informal used to refer to having sex 性交
I came home and found him in bed with (=having sex with) my best friend.
He wanted me to go to bed with him.
He’s been trying to get his secretary into bed.
She told me he was good in bed (=a skilful lover).
3 RIVER/LAKE/SEA 河/湖/海 [countable] the flat ground at the bottom of a river, lake, or sea 〔河、湖或海的〕底；（河）床
the sea bed
► see thesaurus at bottom
4 GARDEN 花园 [countable] an area of a garden, park etc that has been prepared for plants to grow in 苗床；花圃；花坛
5. ROCK 岩石 [countable] a layer of rock 岩层 → bedrock(2)
6 LOWEST LAYER 最下面一层 [singular] a layer of something that forms a base that other things are put on top of 底部；地基，基座
prawns on a bed of lettuce
7 IN RIVER/WATER 在河里/在水中 [countable] an area at the edge of a river or in deeper water where things grow 〔有某物生长的〕河边；水底
an oyster bed
The birds build their nests in reed beds along the river bank.
8. get out of bed on the wrong side British English, get up on the wrong side of the bed American English to feel slightly angry or annoyed for no particular reason 〔无缘由地〕感觉不对劲，心情不好
9 not a bed of roses not a happy, comfortable, or easy situation 不是一帆风顺，不是称心如意
Life isn’t always a bed of roses, you know.
10. you’ve made your bed and you must lie on it spoken used to say that you must accept the results of your actions, even if they are bad 自己铺的床自己躺；自作自受，自食其果
11. put something to bed technical to complete a newspaper, magazine, or book, so that it is ready to be printed 把〔报刊或书籍〕付印
bed2 verb (bedded, bedding) [transitive] 1 to fix something firmly and deeply into something else 固定在…上；嵌入；埋置
bed something in something
The foundations were bedded in cement.
2. old-fashioned to have sex with someone 和…上床〔发生性关系〕
3 bed down phrasal verb
a) to sleep somewhere which is not your bed and where you do not usually sleep 〔在一个临时的地方〕睡觉
Can I bed down on your sofa?
b) bed somebody/something ↔ down to make a person or animal comfortable in a place where they do not usually sleep 安置〔人或动物在一个临时的地方〕睡觉
c) if a new system or arrangement beds down, problems with it are solved and it gradually starts to work in the way that it should 〔新制度或安排〕开始生效，开始运作
4.bed something ↔ out phrasal verb to put plants into the ground so that they can grow 栽，种〔在地里〕
BEd British English, B.Ed. American English /biː ˈed/ noun [countable] 1.(Bachelor of Education) a first university degree in education 教育学学士
Origin bed Old English bedd
1.N-COUNT 可数名词床；床铺 A bed is a piece of furniture that you lie on when you sleep.
【搭配模式】：also prep N
She went into her bedroom and lay down on the bed…
We finally went to bed at about 4am…
By the time we got back from dinner, Nona was already in bed…
When she had gone Sam and Robina put the children to bed.
2.N-COUNT 可数名词（旅馆、医院等的）床位 If a place such as a hospital or a hotel has a particular number of beds, it is able to hold that number of patients or guests.
3.N-COUNT 可数名词畦；苗床；花圃；花坛 A bed in a garden or park is an area of ground that has been specially prepared so that plants can be grown in it.
【搭配模式】：usu n N
The geraniums in the flower bed looked bedraggled from the heavy rain.
…beds of strawberries and rhubarb.
4.N-COUNT 可数名词（海洋或湖泊中某种贝类和植物密集分布的）场，层，带 A bed of shellfish or plants is an area in the sea or in a lake where a particular type of shellfish or plant is found in large quantities.
【搭配模式】：usu with supp
Fishermen fear valuable oyster and mussel beds could be decimated…
The whole lake was rimmed with thick beds of reeds.
5.N-COUNT 可数名词海床；河床 The sea bed or a river bed is the ground at the bottom of the sea or of a river.
For three weeks a big operation went on to recover the wreckage from the sea bed.
…the bare bed of a dry stream.
6.N-COUNT 可数名词（岩）层 A bed of rock is a layer of rock that is found within a larger area of rock.
【搭配模式】：usu with supp
Between the white limestone and the greyish pink limestone is a thin bed of clay.
…a sandstone bed.
7.N-COUNT 可数名词底部食物；底层食物 If a recipe or a menu says that something is served on a bed of a food such as rice or vegetables, it means it is served on a layer of that food.
Heat the curry thoroughly and serve it on a bed of rice.
9.PHRASE 短语把…搞上床；诱使…发生性关系 To get someone into bed means to persuade them to have sex with you.
10.PHR-RECIP 相互短语和…上床；和…发生性关系 To go to bed with someone means to have sex with them.
11.PHRASE 短语正在和…性交 If you say that someone is in bed with someone else, you mean that they are having sex in bed.
12.PHRASE 短语在做爱方面；就床上功夫而言 If you say that someone is good in bed, you mean that they are a skilful lover.
13.PHRASE 短语自作自受；自食其果 If you say that someone has made their bed and must lie in it, you mean that since they have chosen to do a particular thing, they must now accept the unpleasant results of their action.
14.PHRASE 短语铺床 When you make the bed, you neatly arrange the sheets and covers of a bed so that it is ready to sleep in.
【搭配模式】：V and N inflect
15.PHRASE 短语自打起床心情就不好 If you say that someone got out of bed on the wrong side, you mean that they have been bad-tempered ever since they woke up that morning.
16. bed of roses→see: rose;
a : a piece of furniture that people sleep on床
[count] The room contains only a bed and a dresser.
There are two beds in the hotel room.
a hospital bed
a single bed [=a bed for one person] 单人床
a double bed [=a bed for two people] 双人床
He lay on the bed [=on top of the sheets, blankets, and bedspread] for a long time.
Don’t forget to make the bed. [=to neatly arrange the sheets, blankets, and bedspread on the bed so that the mattress is covered] 别忘了把床铺整理好。
He became ill and took to his bed. [=he went to lie in bed for a long time] 他因病卧床休息了。
[noncount] She usually goes to bed [=lies down in her bed to sleep] around 11:00.
It’s time to get out of bed. [=get up] 起床的时间到了。
He lay/stayed in bed all morning.
The kids like to hear a story before bed. [=before they go to sleep] 孩子们喜欢在睡觉前听故事。
Have you put the children to bed? [=have you prepared the children to go to sleep and put them in their beds?] 你安顿好孩子们上床睡觉了吗？
Come on, children. It’s time for bed. [=bedtime, time to sleep] 快点，孩子们。该睡觉了。
b [count] : something that is used to sleep on睡觉的地方
The blanket by the fireplace is the dog’s bed.
Her bed was a mound of soft pine needles.
— see also deathbed, sickbed, sunbed, water bed
— used in phrases that describe having sexual relations用于短语，表示发生性关系
◊ Someone who is good in bed is a skillful lover. When two people are in bed, they are in the act of having sex.*good in bed指某人床上功夫一流；in bed指在交媾
She caught her husband and his secretary in bed together. = She caught her husband in bed with his secretary.
◊ To go to bed with someone is to have sex with someone.（与某人）发生性关系
She likes him as a friend, but she’s not interested in going to bed with him.
◊ To get someone into bed is to get someone to have sex with you.使某人（与自己）发生性关系
He has fantasies about getting a fashion model into bed.
◊ Phrases like these are also used figuratively.此类短语也用作比喻。
a politician who is accused of being in bed with the oil industry [=of having an improperly close relationship with the oil industry] 被指控与石油行业有染的政客
The Communists and the Fascists got into bed with each other [=joined forces] to keep the liberals out of power.
[count] : a small area of ground specially prepared for plants苗床；苗圃；花坛
I’m planning on putting a bed of perennials in that corner of the yard.
a bed of flowers
— see also bed of roses, flower bed, seedbed
[count] a : a flat pile or layer of something层；薄层
a bed of coals
b : a flat pile or layer of food that is placed on a dish with other food on top of it（食物的）底层
grilled fish served on a bed of greens
a bed of rice
[count] a : the ground that is at the bottom of a sea, lake, etc.（海、湖等的）底；（河）床
seaweed growing on the ocean bed [=floor] 生长在海底的海藻
b : an area of shallow water where something grows（生长某种生物的）浅水区
an oyster bed [=an area where there are many oysters] 牡蛎层
— see also riverbed, seabed
[count] technical : a layer of rock or some other material from inside the earth（地下岩石等构成的）地层
a bed of shale
[count] : the platform or box in the back of some kinds of trucks（卡车后部的）平板，车厢
the bed of the truck
We loaded the equipment and put a cover over the truck bed.
— see also flatbed
die in (your) bed
— see 1die
get up on the wrong side of the bed (US) or chiefly British get out of bed on the wrong side
: to be in a bad mood throughout the day全天心情不好
Be careful when you talk to the boss. He got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning.
make your bed and lie in it
◊ Expressions like you’ve made your bed, and now you must lie in it mean that you have done something that causes problems and now you must accept and deal with those problems.自作自受；自食其果
There’s nothing we can do to help her. She’s made her bed and has to lie in it.
: a bed that married people share — sometimes used figuratively to refer to marriage in general or to the sexual relations that married people have婚床；（有时用作比喻）婚姻，夫妻间的房事
the sorrows of their marriage bed
2 bed /ˈbɛd/ verb
beds; bedded; bedding [+ object] 1
informal + old-fashioned : to have sex with (someone)（与某人）上床
He has fantasies about bedding a fashion model.
: to place (food) on a pile or layer of something else把（食物）放在…上 — usually used as (be) bedded通常用作(be) bedded
a mixture of scallops and lobster bedded on rice
bed down [phrasal verb] 1
: to lie down somewhere for sleep睡；躺
There were so many people that some of us had to bed down in the living room.
bed (someone or something) down or bed down (someone or something) : to provide (a person or animal) with a place to sleep为…提供睡觉的地方
They bedded us down in the living room.
When the animals had been fed and bedded down, we went inside to eat dinner.