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Noun
/ˈmatrəs/,
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mattresses, plural;
  1. A fabric case filled with deformable or resilient material, used for sleeping on

  2. A flat structure of brushwood, concrete, or other material used as strengthening or support for foundations, embankments, etc


  1. a large thick pad filled with resilient material and often incorporating coiled springs, used as a bed or part of a bed
  2. A mattress is a mat or pad, usually placed on top of a bed, upon which to sleep or lie.
  3. "Mattress", also known as "Once Upon a Mattress", is the twelfth episode of the American television series Glee. The episode premiered on the Fox network on December 2, 2009. It was written by series creator Ryan Murphy and directed by Elodie Keene. ...
  4. Mattress was the term applied to ground-based Allied multiple rocket launchers during World War II. Compared with the German and Soviet forays into this area (the Nebelwerfer and Katyusha launchers respectively) the Allies developed and deployed these weapons late in the war. ...
  5. A pad on which a person can recline and sleep, usually having an inner section of coiled springs covered with foam or other cushioning material then enclosed with cloth fabric; A form of retaining wall used to support foundations or an embankment
  6. (mattressed) Having a mattress or mattresses
  7. (Mattresses) The soft covering that supports while you sleep. In varying sizes and styles, the comfort of the Bed relies on this intricate part.
  8. To dream of a mattress, denotes that new duties and responsibilities will shortly be assumed. To sleep on a new mattress, signifies contentment with present surroundings. To dream of a mattress factory, denotes that you will be connected in business with thrifty partners and will soon amass wealth.
  9. The actual sleep surface of the bed; a bed's support, firmness and comfort are supplied by the mattress
  10. Bedding material compacted to 3 to 4 inches and sandwiched in a heavyweight polypropolene or other fabric. Possible fillers include: long or chopped straw, poor quality hay, sawdust, shavings, rice hulls and, most commonly, shredded rubber.
  11. a mat-like protective covering made of brush and poles (commonly willow) compacted by wire or other lashings and ties. Mattresses are placed on water beds, banks, or shores to prevent erosion and scour
  12. A piece of bedding to sleep on that conventionally consists of multiple layers of foams and fibers with a metal innerspring unit to provide support. Mattresses are usually used along with a box-spring or foundation unit to support the mattress and reduce wear. ...
  13. مطرح matrah, (1) spot where something is thrown down; (2) mat, cushion
  14. A large rectangular pad used for supporting a person’s body comfortably while they sleep. A mattress is most often combined with a bed frame and a box-spring although may be used by itself. Mattresses may contain coil springs, foam rubber (or “memory foam”) or air chambers.