house noun (HOME) translation to Mandarin Chinese
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Translation of "house" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

house

noun (HOME)
 
 
/haʊs/ ( plural houses /ˈhaʊzɪz/)
[C] a building which people, usually one family, live in
房屋,住宅
a detached/semi-detached house
独立式/半独立式住宅
to buy/rent a house
买/租房子
house prices
房价
She lives in a little house UK in/ US on Cross Street.
她住在十字街上的一所小房子里
→  See also farmhouse noun , roadhouse Houses and homes
[C usually singular] all the people living in a house
住在一所房子里的人;全家人
Try not to wake the whole house when you come in!
你进来的时候不要把全家人都吵醒!
Groups of people
[C] a building where animals are kept
动物的笼舍
the monkey/lion house at the zoo
动物园里猴子/狮子的笼舍
a hen house
鸡舍
Animal dwellings - naturalAnimal Dwellings - man-made
[C] a building or part of a building which is used for a special purpose
(有特定用途的)大楼,大厦
the Sydney Opera House
悉尼歌剧院
Broadcasting House
广播电台大楼
Houses and homes
(Definition of house noun (HOME) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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