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mattress

1. a woven mat of brushwood, poles, etc., used to protect an embankment, dyke, etc., from scour
2. Civil engineering another name for blinding

What does it mean when you dream about a mattress?

Dreaming about a mattress carries with it the same connotations as dreaming about a bed, though a bare mattress is more about resting or sleeping or having sexual relationships somewhere other than one’s own bedroom. (See also Bed/Bedroom).

mattress

[′ma·trəs]
(civil engineering)
A woven mat, often of wire and cement blocks, used to prevent erosion of dikes, jetties, or river banks.

mattress

A layer or slab of concrete, laid directly on the ground, which acts as a footing or the like.
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These burners were applied to mattress designs typical of current residential mattresses and to designs potentially less flammable to permit a wide range of fire behaviors.
Ever Pronating, 1996, turns a pair of twin-size mattresses on end, generating a slouching V-shaped structure held up by a hot-pink steel armature and converting the bed as horizontal surface and instrument of leisure to sculptural object and architectural space.