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A small portable bed for a baby.
cot, cradle, bassinet, moses basket, carrycotView synonyms
- ‘Louis took the tired baby from her arms and tucked him into the carrycot that stood close to the bed.’
- ‘Her dad John and stepmother Lynn bought a pushchair and carrycot, while her mother Sue went shopping for baby clothes and other equipment.’
- ‘Anyway, I took James upstairs and settled him in his carrycot.’
- ‘Sven lifts the infant out of his carrycot and places him against his shoulder.’
- ‘Babies may also travel in a fastened carrycot with hard sides.’
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