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loft

noun [C]  /lɔft/ us  

loft noun [C] (ROOF SPACE)

a space at the top of a building under the roof, used for storage or sometimes made into a room, or a raised area built over part of a room that is used esp. for sleeping A loft can also be an apartment in a building that was previously used for industry: She lives in a converted loft.

loft

verb [T]  /lɔft/ us  

loft verb [T] (HIT)

to hit a ball high in the air: The batter lofted the ball into right field.
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