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Translation of "backyard" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

backyard

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌbækˈjɑːd/ US  /-ˈjɑːrd/
UK a small space surrounded by walls at the back of a house, usually with a hard surface
後院,後庭
The house has a small backyard, surrounded by a high brick wall.
這座房子有個小小的後院,用高高的磚牆圍著。
Gardens and yards
US a space at the back of a house, usually surrounded by a fence, and covered with grass
(屋後的)場院,院子,後花園
Gardens and yards
Translations of “backyard”
in Korean 뒤뜰…
in Arabic فِنَاء خَلْفي…
in Portuguese quintal…
in Catalan jardí de darrere…
in Japanese 裏庭…
in Italian giardino sul retro della casa…
in Russian задний двор…
in Turkish arka bahçe…
in Chinese (Simplified) 后院,后庭, (屋后的)场院,后花园…
in Polish podwórko lub ogródek (za domem)…
(Definition of backyard from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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