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home

adverb
 
 
/həʊm/
TO PLACE A2 to the place where you live: He didn't come home until midnight. I went home to visit my parents. I remembered on my way home.Home
AT/IN PLACE at or in the place someone lives: Will you be home tomorrow evening?In and at
Translations of “home”
in Spanish completamente, justamente, (dar) en el blanco…
in Korean 집에…
in Arabic المنْزِل…
in Portuguese para casa, em casa…
in French à fond, au but…
in German bis ans Ziel, jemandem etwas klarmachen…
in Catalan a casa…
in Japanese 家に, うちへ…
in Italian a casa…
in Russian домой, дома…
in Turkish eve, yuvaya, evde…
in Polish do domu, w domu…
(Definition of home adverb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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