the layers of fabric that cover a bed; the cloth material that covers a bed and that keep one warm * When my husband sleeps, he always steals the covers and then I get so cold at night!
cover the dialogue
M-my goodness!? Cover-up! Cover yourself up!
At first, we could make ends meet, but as it continued we became unable to cover our expenses.
In particular, it is customary for actual examples of use of the harmonic mean to generally cover "average speed," and explain no further than that.
Our monthly income has to cover food, rent, clothing, transportation, and so on.
Put a cover in this pot or else the water will spill all over the place.
The Oprah Winfrey Book Club logo on the front cover of a novel is now enough to ensure huge sales.
The Prime Minister tried to cover up the scandal, but that just made it worse when the newspapers discovered the truth.
In the long summer days she sat in the sun and watched the trees cover themselves with leaves, and the white daisies cover the hill.
A good article will cover the who, the what, the when, the where, the why and the how.
My friends did a great cover of that Michael Jackson song last night.
cover with blanket, cover 700km, cover large area, snow covered the trees, cover the cost
Tom covered his face / I can't cover for you anymore / The floor was covered with dust
Angielskie słowo "decken" (cover) występuje w zestawach:wort geothe 1German verbs
2. to set
I will remember to set the timer.