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Meaning of “home from home” in the English Dictionary

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home from home

UK (US home away from home) a ​place where you ​feel as ​comfortable as you do in ​your own home: The ​hotel was a ​real home from home.
(Definition of home from home from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “home from home”
in Chinese (Simplified) 像家一样舒适的地方, 宾至如归的地方…
in Chinese (Traditional) 像家一樣舒適的地方, 賓至如歸的地方…
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