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pied-à-terrenoun [C]

uk   /piˌeɪ.dætˈeər/ us   /piˌeɪ.dætˈer/ plural pieds-à-terre uk   /piˌeɪ.dætˈeər/ us   /-ˈer/
a small house or apartment in a city that you own or rent in addition to your main home, where you stay when visiting that city for a short time
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