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veranda

noun ( US also verandah)   /vəˈræn.də/ ( also porch)
a raised, covered, sometimes partly closed area, often made of wood, on the front or side of a building veranda Every evening we sat on the veranda watching the sun go down.757
(Definition of veranda from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

veranda

noun /vəˈrӕndə/
a kind of covered balcony, with a roof extending beyond the main building supported by light pillars; porch(American) porche We like to sit out on the veranda in the summer.
(Definition of veranda from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “veranda”
in Vietnamese hiên, hè, hành lang…
in Malaysian beranda‘…
in Thai ระเบียง…
in Chinese (Simplified) 游廊, 阳台, 露台…
in Turkish veranda, zemin balkon…
in Russian веранда, терраса…
in Indonesian beranda…
in Chinese (Traditional) 遊廊, 陽台, 露臺…
in Polish weranda…
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