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house

noun (HOME)
 
 
/haʊs/ ( plural houses /ˈhaʊzɪz/)
[C] a building which people, usually one family, live in
房屋,住宅
a detached/semi-detached house
獨立式/半獨立式住宅
to buy/rent a house
買/租房子
house prices
房價
She lives in a little house UK in/ US on Cross Street.
她住在十字街上的一間小房子裡。
→  See also farmhouse noun , roadhouse Houses and homes
[C usually singular] all the people living in a house
住在一間房子裡的人;全家人
Try not to wake the whole house when you come in!
你進來的時候不要把全家人都吵醒!
Groups of people
[C] a building where animals are kept
動物的籠舍
the monkey/lion house at the zoo
動物園裡猴子/獅子的籠舍
a hen house
雞舍
Animal dwellings - naturalAnimal Dwellings - man-made
[C] a building or part of a building which is used for a special purpose
(有特定用途的)大樓,大廈
the Sydney Opera House
雪梨歌劇院
Broadcasting House
廣播電台大樓
Houses and homes
Translations of “house”
in Korean 집…
in Arabic بَيْت…
in French maison, salle…
in Italian casa…
in Russian дом, домочадцы, здание…
in Turkish ev, ev halkı, iş/faaliyet yapılan yer…
in Polish dom, budynek, widownia…
in Spanish casa, sala…
in Portuguese casa…
in German das Haus, das Geschlecht…
in Catalan casa…
in Japanese 家, 住宅…
in Chinese (Simplified) 家, 房屋,住宅, 住在一所房子里的人…
(Definition of house noun (HOME) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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