tent Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “tent” in the English Dictionary

"tent" in British English

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tentnoun [C]

uk   us   /tent/
B1 a ​shelter made of canvas or a ​similarmaterial and ​supported by ​poles and ​ropes, that you can ​fold up and ​carry with you
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(Definition of tent from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"tent" in American English

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tentnoun [C]

 us   /tent/
a ​movableshelter, usually made of a ​strongclothsupported by ​poles and ​held in ​position by ​ropesfixed to the ​ground: We ​pitchedour tents near the ​stream.
(Definition of tent from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “tent”
in Korean 텐트…
in Arabic خَيمة…
in Malaysian khemah…
in French tente…
in Russian палатка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 帳篷…
in Italian tenda…
in Turkish çadır…
in Polish namiot…
in Spanish tienda (de campaña)…
in Vietnamese lều…
in Portuguese barraca…
in Thai เต็นท์…
in German das Zelt…
in Catalan tenda de campanya…
in Japanese テント…
in Chinese (Simplified) 帐篷…
in Indonesian tenda…
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