Translation of bassinet in Spanish:

bassinet

moisés, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌbasɪˈnɛt//ˌbæsəˈnɛt/

noun

  • 1

    (cradle)
    moisés masculine
    • The decision to use a crib or a bassinet is one that many parents often wrestle with.
    • The tall woman lifted the baby from his bassinet and sat down.
    • These all-in-one systems have integrated car seats, strollers, and bassinets, which allow you to move your baby easily from car to stroller and back again.
    • Newborns are often in bassinets, which are only used for a short period.
    • Some bassinets convert into a change table and most of them are portable, making them great for travel.
    • Relatively new on the market are three-sided infant bassinets, based on the design of a standard hospital bassinet, that can be attached to the mother's bed and locked in place.
    • Well, why don't you just put her in the bassinet in the other room?
    • There was the child, in his bassinet by the sofa.
    • You can use plastic ornaments and toys as your cake decoration, such as umbrellas, storks, bassinets, baby bottles, sports figure dells and newborn baby dolls.
    • There is that same absolutely beautiful girl sitting in a well upholstered chair next to a bassinet.
    • And no matter where she is sleeping or pretending to sleep, whether it be in our bed, on top of me, in a bassinet beside the bed, or in her crib all the way over in her own room, I am having to re-train my body to sleep.
    • Hand-me-downs such as cribs, bassinets, strollers, high chairs, and clothes can help save time and money.
    • Put a bassinet, play yard, or crib next to your bed.
    • Also, for international flights, be sure to ask your booking agent about bassinets built into the bulkhead.
    • At night the baby's bedroom door will be closed to keep him out, but inevitably he's going to sneak in there during a late night feeding or crawl into the bassinet in the living room when we're not looking.
    • Years ago, unwanted babies were traditionally placed in bassinets on the doorsteps of churches or hospitals.
    • For her, her son's life has gone by so fast: He was eight pounds when he was born, but he was so long that his feet were hitting the sides of his bassinet.
    • The baby lies comfortably in a white bassinet, swathed in soft butter-colored pajamas and a thin cotton blanket.
    • Cribs, cradles and bassinets are traditionally woven from wickerwork.
    • Also, babies under a year don't really take up that much space other than their furniture (crib, bassinet, stoller, etc).
  • 2

    (baby carriage)
    cochecito masculine