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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ However, a baby seat is safer than a carrycot for your baby.
▪ It is available now, priced around £169 for the pushchair and £139 for the carrycot.
▪ Rachel went straight into her carrycot and stayed there until she was four months when she moved to the cot.
▪ This incorporates a harness anchored securely to the car, and straps encircling the carrycot.
▪ When she returned a few minutes later, the carrycot and child had gone.

n. a rectangular, box-shaped bed with handles in which a baby can be carried while asleep


n. box-shaped baby bed with handles (for a baby to sleep in while being carried)

Usage examples of "carrycot".

Armed with a carrycot, she marched down the hall, sending international show-jumpers flying, and up the stairs.

A young man in dark glasses leaped out into the drizzle holding what looked like a carrycot and snaked toward the entrance.

Declan sat down on the snow-covered window-ledge outside the shop, obscuring the postcard advertisements for lost gerbils, daily women and secondhand carrycots in the window.