What does «lecho» mean in spanish?

  • Someone's bed or resting place.

    Examples of use in spanish: "en el lecho de la muerte".

  • Place where animals lie down to sleep.

    Examples of use in spanish: "el burro se tiró en su lecho ubicado en un rincón del establo".

  • Riverbed, mother of a river.

    Examples of use in spanish: "el lecho de un río".

    "lecho fluvial".

  • Bottom of the sea, lake or river.

    Examples of use in spanish: "el lecho del mar está repleto de huesos".

  • Layer: portion of some things that are or are placed horizontally extended over others.

    Examples of use in spanish: "lecho de arena".

  • Floor of the carts or wagons.
  • A type of seat on which the Orientals and Romans reclined to eat.
  • Surface of an ashlar (a stone on which another stone is to be set).
  • Stratum, layer of sedimentary soils.
  • Common name of the plant Pteridium aquilinum.
  • You walk to take the corpses to be buried.
  • (lecho fluido) Combustion technology used in power plants.
  • (lecho glaciar) Geog. A channel formed by the bottom of a glacial valley and the lower part of its slopes through which the tongue of a glacier has flowed in the past or currently flows.
  • (un lecho de rosas) A pleasant, comfortable and agreeable thing or situation.

    Examples of use in spanish: "mi matrimonio fue un lecho de rosas durante los primeros años".

    "mi vida no ha sido un lecho de rosas".

  • (abandonar el lecho) Leaving the bed, getting up.
  • (lecho de muerte) Moment when a person is dying.
  • (lecho nupcial) The bed where the marriage is sexually consummated.

    Examples of use in spanish: "esas fueron sus últimas palabras en su lecho de muerte".
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