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thatch

verb [T] uk   us   /θætʃ/
to make a roof for a building with straw or reeds
thatched
adjective uk   us   /θætʃt/
They live in a thatched cottage/a cottage with a thatched roof.

thatch

noun uk   us   /θætʃ/
[U] straw or reeds used to make roofsthatch of hair a mass of thick or untidy hair
Translations of “thatch”
in Vietnamese mái che…
in Spanish paja…
in Thai หลังคาใบจาก…
in Malaysian jerami…
in French chaume…
in German das Dachstroh…
in Chinese (Traditional) 用茅草覆蓋(屋頂)…
in Indonesian rumbia…
in Chinese (Simplified) 用茅草覆盖(屋顶)…
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