Synonyms of bed in English:

bed


See definition of bed

noun

1‘she undressed and climbed into her bed’

SYNONYMS

couch, berth, billet

informal the sack, the hay

British informal one's pit

Scottish informal kip

2‘a flower bed’

SYNONYMS

patch, plot, area, lot, space, border, strip, row

3‘the pavement consists of granite blocks set on a bed of cement’

SYNONYMS

base, basis, foundation, support, prop, stay, bottom, core, substructure, substratum

groundwork

4‘the bed of the stream’

SYNONYMS

bottom, floor, ground, depths


verb

1‘the tiles are bedded in mortar’

SYNONYMS

embed, set, fix into, insert, inlay, implant, bury, base, plant, settle

2‘I bedded out a few of the houseplants in a prominent position in the garden’

SYNONYMS

plant, plant out, set in beds, set in soil, put in the ground, set out, transplant


Phrases

    go to bed

      SYNONYMS

      retire, call it a day

      go to sleep, get some sleep, sleep, nap, have a nap, take a nap, catnap, doze, have a doze

      informal

      hit the sack, hit the hay, turn in, snooze, snatch forty winks, get some shut-eye

      British informal

      kip, have a kip, get some kip, hit the pit

      North American informal

      catch some Zs

      literary

      slumber

      ANTONYMS

      get up, rise

    go to bed with someone

      SYNONYMS

      have sex with, have sexual intercourse with, make love to, sleep with, spend the night with

      couple with, mate with

      informal

      bed, score with

      euphemistic

      have one's way with, have one's wicked way with

      formal

      copulate with

      formal

      fornicate with

    bed down