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house

verb [T]     /haʊz/
to give a person or animal a place to live, or to provide space for something 為…提供住處,收容;為…提供空間 It will be difficult to house all the refugees. 收容所有難民將是件很困難的事。 The museum houses the biggest collection of antique toys in Europe. 這家博物館所收藏的古董玩具是全歐洲最多的。 Accommodating people
(Definition of house verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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