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hut

noun [C] uk   us   /hʌt/
B1 a small, simple building, usually consisting of one room: a mountain hut a row of beach huts
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in Arabic كوخ…
in Korean 오두막…
in Malaysian pondok…
in French hutte…
in Turkish kulübe, baraka…
in Italian capanna, casupola…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常只有一個房間的)小屋…
in Russian хижина…
in Polish chata, szałas…
in Vietnamese túp lều…
in Spanish cabaña…
in Portuguese cabana…
in Thai กระท่อม…
in German die Hütte…
in Catalan cabana…
in Japanese (しばしば木造の)小屋…
in Indonesian gubuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常只有一个房间的)小屋…
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