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French-German translation for: [lit]
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Dictionary French German: [lit]

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French German
défait {adj} [lit]
9
ungemacht [Bett]
Verbs
déplier qc. {verbe} [un canapé-lit, etc.]
5
etw.Akk. ausklappen [ein Schlafsofa etc.]
coucher qn. {verbe} [offrir un lit, héberger]
4
jdn. beherbergen
méd. aliter qn. {verbe} [clouer sur un lit]jdn. ans Bett binden [fig.] [Krankheit]
coucher qn. {verbe} [mettre au lit]jdn. ins Bett bringen
coucher qn. {verbe} [mettre au lit]jdn. ins Bett legen
Nouns
drap {m} [de lit]
172
Bettlaken {n}
chevet {m} [tête de lit]
106
Kopfende {n} [eines Betts]
textile draps {m.pl} [linge de lit]
27
Bettwäsche {f}
montant {m} [bâtiment, lit]
16
Pfosten {m}
meub. gémissement {m} [de lit, plancher, porte]
12
Knarren {n}
drap {m} [de lit]
7
Laken {n}
coucher {m} [fait d'aller au lit]
6
Schlafengehen {n}
méd. grabat {m} [vieilli] [lit de malade]
6
Krankenbett {n}
vêt. duvet {m} [belge] [suisse] [couverture de lit]
3
Duvet {n} [schweiz.] [Federbett, Oberbett, Deckbett]
moïse {m} [lit d'enfant]
3
Körbchen {n} [Kinderbett]
naut. chenal {m} [partie la plus profonde du lit d'une rivière navigable]
2
Fahrwasser {n}
meub. alèse {f} [aussi : alèze, alaise] [pour le lit]Matratzenschoner {m}
méd. alèze {f} [aussi : alèse, alaise] [pour le lit]Bettunterlage {f}
coucher {m} [fait d'aller au lit]Zubettgehen {n}
grabat {m} [lit rudimentaire]Pritsche {f} [einfaches Bett]
méd. grabat {m} [vieilli] [lit de malade]Siechbett {n} [veraltet]
transp. ridelle {f} [de lit, d'un camion](wenig hohe) Seitenwand {f} [Pflegebett, Fahrzeugaufbau]
2 Words
se coucher {verbe} [se mettre au lit]ins Bett gehen
se coucher {verbe} [se mettre au lit]zu Bett gehen
bat-flanc {m} [Lit de planches dans un poste de garde, une prison, etc.]Pritsche {f} [Bretterbett]
couverture {f} laineuse [lit]Flauschdecke {f} [Bett]
couverture {f} molletonnée [lit]Flauschdecke {f} [Bett]
meub. lit {m} jumeau [lit singulier d'un double]Einzelbett {n} eines Doppelbetts
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