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home

noun (HOUSE/APARTMENT) 房子/公寓     /həʊm/ US  /hoʊm/
[C or U] the house, apartment, etc. where you live, especially with your family 家,住宅 The senator has two homes - an apartment in Washington and a house in Colorado. 这位参议员有两个家——一个是位于华盛顿的公寓,另一个是科罗拉多的家。 He was living on the streets for three months, and his home was a cardboard box. 他在大街上住了3个月了,他的家就是一个纸板箱。 Phone me at home after four o'clock. 4点之后打家里的电话找我。 I took home a couple of books to read. 我带回家一些书阅读。 He left home (= stopped living with his parents) when he was 23. 他23岁时离家独立生活。 More and more couples are setting up home together without getting married. 越来越多的伴侣不结婚就组成家庭。 Home
[C] a house, apartment, etc. when it is considered as property which you can buy or sell (作为财产的)房屋,住宅 luxury/starter homes 豪华住宅/作为过渡房而买的第一所小房子 Home
[C] the type of family you come from 家庭 We had a happy home. 我们有一个幸福的家庭。 children from a broken home (= from a family in which the parents had separated) 来自离异家庭的孩子 Family relations in general
[C] a place where people or animals live and are cared for by people who are not their relations or owners 养育院;收容所;…之家 a children's home/an old people's home/a dogs' home 孤儿院/养老院/流狼狗收容所 He spent his early years in a home. 他的幼年时期在孤儿院度过。 Home
(Definition of home noun (HOUSE/APARTMENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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