Definition of 'attached'
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Outside there is an attached garage, and large front and back gardens. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There are three reception rooms, a 40ft balcony and an attached garage. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'attached'
British English: attached /əˈtætʃt/ ADJECTIVE
If you are attached to someone or something, you care deeply about them.
She is very attached to her family.
- American English: attached
- Arabic: مُتَعَلِّق بِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: apegado
- Chinese: 喜爱的
- Croatian: vezan
- Czech: oddaný
- Danish: fastgjort
- Dutch: gehecht
- European Spanish: apegado anexo
- Finnish: varattu
- French: attaché
- German: vergeben
- Greek: συνδεδεμένος
- Italian: affezionato
- Japanese: 決まった相手がいる
- Korean: 애정으로 묶여 있는
- Norwegian: knyttet til
- Polish: przywiązany
- European Portuguese: afeiçoado
- Romanian: atașat
- Russian: прикрепленный
- Spanish: adjunto
- Swedish: bifogad
- Thai: ที่ติดกัน
- Turkish: bağlı
- Ukrainian: приєднаний
- Vietnamese: gắn bó
Definition of attached from the Collins English Dictionary
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