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Meaning of “doghouse” - Learner’s Dictionary

doghouse

noun     /ˈdɒɡhaʊs/
[C] US ( mainly UK kennel) a small building for a dog to sleep inAnimal Dwellings - man-madeAnimal dwellings - natural
be in the doghouse
If you are in the doghouse, you have done something to make people angry or annoyed with you.Humiliating and degrading
Translations of “doghouse”
in Korean 개집…
in Arabic بَيت الكَلب…
in Portuguese canil…
in Catalan caseta de gos…
in Japanese 犬小屋…
in Italian cuccia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 狗窩…
in Russian собачья конура…
in Turkish köpek kulübesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 狗窝…
in Polish buda…
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