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veranda

noun [C] uk ( US also verandah)   /vəˈræn.də/ ( also porch) us  
a raised, covered, sometimes partly closed area, often made of wood, on the front or side of a building: Every evening we sat on the veranda watching the sun go down.
Translations of “veranda”
in Spanish porche…
in Chinese (Traditional) 遊廊, 陽台, 露臺…
in Russian веранда, терраса…
in Turkish veranda, zemin balkon…
in Chinese (Simplified) 游廊, 阳台, 露台…
in Polish weranda…
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