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home

adverb
 
 
/həʊm/
TO PLACE A2 to the place where you live
домой
He didn't come home until midnight. I went home to visit my parents.Home
AT/IN PLACE at or in the place someone lives
дома
Will you be home tomorrow evening?In and at
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