Meaning of “veranda” in the English Dictionary

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"veranda" in British English

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verandanoun [ C ]

US also verandah uk /vəˈræn.də/ us /vəˈræn.də/ also porch

a raised, covered, sometimes partly closed area, often made of wood, on the front or side of a building:

Every evening we sat on the veranda watching the sun go down.

(Definition of “veranda” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"veranda" in American English

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verandanoun [ C ]

also verandah us /vəˈræn·də/

a raised, open area, often covered, attached to the front or side of a house, esp. common in the southern US:

I went up the walk onto the big veranda and knocked on the door.

(Definition of “veranda” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)