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terraced

adjective uk   us   /ˈter.əst/

terraced adjective (HOUSE)

UK (also terrace) built as or belonging to a row of often small houses joined together along their side walls: a terraced street We rented a little terraced house in South London.

terraced adjective (GROUND)

(of land, fields, etc.) built in step-like terraces on a slope
Translations of “terraced”
in Chinese (Traditional) 排屋, 排房的,排屋的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 排屋, 有露台的…
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