Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [k'ɑt]
meaning of the word
a small bed that folds up for storage or transport
baby bed with high sides made of slats
a sheath worn to protect a finger
It was Bela's cot she saw before her--a cot without any sheets.
May had left the room, and Harold lay languid and weak upon his cot.
They are a cot and a wash-stand and my other suit and the blue crepe tie you said you liked."
"And in the mean time, Joan is welcome with me as long as she likes. I'll ask for a cot for her.
Fearing punishment for his neglected duty, he had slipped out of the cot, and hidden himself beneath it.
Jimmy was lying on an old cot out in the orchard, getting some of the nice spring sunshine on his thin body.
Over went the cot, with Stacy beneath it. From the confusion of blankets emerged the red face of the fat boy.
The "Kid's" furniture consisted of a pair of steel hand-cuffs, steel shackles for his legs, a stool, and a cot.
That night, as the youngsters were shouting and romping and skylarking, as they always did before turning in, he stood upon his cot and shouted: "Silence!
The youngster had been sent to clean the riding-boots of one of the bachelors, instead of which he had lolled idly on a cot in the dormitory, until he had at last fallen asleep.