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attic

noun [C] uk   /ˈæt.ɪk/  us   /ˈæt̬-/
B2 the space or room at the top of a building, under the roof, often used for storing things: I've got boxes of old clothes in the attic. an attic bedroom at the top of the house
Translations of “attic”
in Arabic عِلَّيّة…
in Korean 다락…
in Malaysian loteng…
in French grenier…
in Turkish tavan arası…
in Italian soffitta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 閣樓, 頂樓…
in Russian чердак…
in Polish strych…
in Vietnamese phòng áp mái…
in Spanish ático, desván, buhardilla…
in Portuguese sótão…
in Thai ห้องใต้หลังคา…
in German der Speicher…
in Catalan golfes…
in Japanese 屋根裏(部屋)…
in Indonesian loteng…
in Chinese (Simplified) 阁楼, 顶楼…
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