bungalow Meaning, definition in Cambridge English Dictionary
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bungalownoun [C]

uk   /ˈbʌŋ.ɡəl.əʊ/  us   /-oʊ/
a house that usually has only one storey (= level), sometimes with a smaller upper storey set in the roof and windows that come out from the roof: There were small, white bungalows dotted over the hillside.
Translations of “bungalow”
in Arabic بَيْت أرْضي, شاليه…
in Korean 방갈로…
in Malaysian banglo…
in French bungalow…
in Turkish tek katlı kır evi, bungalov…
in Italian villino, casa a un piano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 平房…
in Russian бунгало…
in Polish dom parterowy…
in Vietnamese nhà gỗ một tầng…
in Spanish bungalow…
in Portuguese casa térrea, bangalô…
in Thai บังกะโล…
in German der Bungalow…
in Catalan bungalou…
in Japanese 平屋, 1階建ての家…
in Indonesian bungalo…
in Chinese (Simplified) 平房…
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