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Translation of "hearth" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

hearth

noun [C]
 
 
/hɑːθ/ US  /hɑːrθ/
the area around a fireplace or the area of floor in front of it
壁炉炉床;壁炉边
A bright fire was burning in the hearth.
壁炉里熊熊的炉火在燃烧。
The fireplace and parts of the fireplace
literary a home, especially when seen as a place of comfort and love
(尤指充满温馨和爱意的)家
They were reluctant to leave hearth and home.
他们很不情愿离开温馨的家。
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Translations of “hearth”
in Arabic مَوقِد…
in Korean 난로…
in Malaysian perdiangan…
in French foyer, âtre…
in Turkish ocak/şömine çevre döşemesi…
in Italian focolare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 壁爐爐床, 壁爐邊, (尤指充滿溫馨和愛意的)家…
in Russian очаг…
in Polish kominek…
in Vietnamese lò sưởi…
in Spanish hogar, chimenea…
in Portuguese lareira…
in Thai พื้นเตา…
in German der Kamin…
in Catalan llar de foc…
in Japanese 暖炉の炉床(暖炉の前に張り出した平たく硬い部分)…
in Indonesian perapian, pendiangan…
(Definition of hearth from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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