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cabin

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈkæb.ɪn/

cabin noun [C] (HOUSE)

B1 a small, simple house made of wood: a log cabin

cabin noun [C] (ON SHIP)

C2 a small room where you sleep in a ship

cabin noun [C] (IN AIRCRAFT)

B1 the area where passengers sit in an aircraft

cabin noun [C] (OFFICE)

Indian English a small separate space for someone to work in, inside a larger office
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