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mews

noun [C]
 
/mjuːz/ ( plural mews) mainly UK
a building which was used in the past for keeping horses and is now used as a house
馬廄改建的住房
They bought a converted mews.
他們買了座由馬廄改建而成的房子。
a tiny mews house
小馬廄房
Houses and homesHouses and homes
a short narrow road where these buildings are found
(有馬廄改建的住房的)馬廄街
Their new address is 6 Gloucester Mews.
他們的新地址是格洛斯特街6號。
Urban and residential streetsUrban and residential streets
Translations of “mews”
in Chinese (Simplified) 马厩改建的住房, (有马厩改建的住房的)马厩街…
(Definition of mews from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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