Part of speech:
To moor a ship, etc.
To rent a room to.
To store in a house
To serve as, or provide, a place of protection to; shelter or house; conceal or hide
To reside; dwell.
To stay the night; sleep:
To cover with boards or boarding.
To store or house.
Bed is defined as to plant or arrange in soil in a certain manner.
To provide lodging for:
A job, post, or position:
Any place originally marked by or associated with a post, as the starting or finishing point of a horse race
A post of employment; a job.
A place or position particularly suitable to the person or thing in it
(Slang) Cosmetic surgery performed on a (specified) body part
The place where the accused stands or sits in court
(Nautical) A long light ship's boat, usually reserved for use by the ship's captain.
An assigned place in a sequence or schedule:
Doctrine and Covenants 25: 5 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah 1981
Any place used for sleeping or reclining
An arrangement to do something or meet someone at a particular time and place.
Employment is defined as what you do as a paying job.
The definition of a bedroom is a room used for sleeping.
A length of netting, canvas, etc. swung from ropes at both ends and used as a bed or couch
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