Definition of 'attic'
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The house sleeps 12 to 14 in six bedrooms plus an attic room. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Officers carried long ladders into the house yesterday to search the attic above the flat. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She brings back the monkey who had again run away to her attic under the roof. A Little Princess (1905)She wished it because of the attic window which was so near hers. A Little Princess (1905)How much of the tennis commentary was taken up with that big attic window? Times, Sunday Times (2009)It was a minute attic flat. Times, Sunday Times (2007)On top of the cave are two bedrooms, a galley kitchen and an attic room. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The large attic space above was previously the servants' quarters. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He has dozens of them stored in his attic at the house in London. The Sun (2008)My younger daughter has an en-suite room in the attic and has just landed her first paid job. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Those gold discs are now propped up against the wall in an attic room, ready for packing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This attic room was once a sculptor's studio and has french windows opening onto a decked terrace. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It has three bedrooms as well as an attic space, which can be used as a bedroom. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A corridor of wardrobes was added and the ceiling raised by knocking through into the attic space. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I was soon walking up stairs on a plush ruby carpet to my attic room. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Will the owners of townhouses carve out self-contained flats in the attic or the basement to avoid the annual toll? Times, Sunday Times (2015)People who live in top-floor flats sometimes swap the layout around and put the reception areas in the attic room. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The blue plaque on the wall of the house where he rented an attic flat for 18 years is overgrown with honeysuckle. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Two bedroom suites, three further double bedrooms, a family bathroom and converted attic space. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Oh, I do hope a nice head will look out of the attic window! A Little Princess (1905)At the top of the house, the attic bedroom has an open-plan bathroom with a slipper bath in a recess on one side of the door. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If you look through the history of culture, you will see that ideas tend to come from attic flats, dingy boozers and nightclubs full of freaks. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'attic'
British English: attic /ˈætɪk/ NOUN
An attic is a room at the top of a house, just below the roof.
- American English: attic
- Arabic: غُرْفَةٌ تـَحْتَ سَقْفِ البَيْت
- Brazilian Portuguese: sótão
- Chinese: 阁楼
- Croatian: tavan
- Czech: půda prostor pod střechou
- Danish: loft loftrum
- Dutch: zolder
- European Spanish: desván
- Finnish: ullakko
- French: grenier
- German: Dachboden
- Greek: σοφίτα
- Italian: attico
- Japanese: 屋根裏
- Korean: 다락방
- Norwegian: loft
- Polish: strych
- European Portuguese: sótão
- Romanian: mansardă
- Russian: мансарда
- Spanish: ático
- Swedish: vind
- Thai: ห้องใต้หลังคา
- Turkish: tavan arası
- Ukrainian: горище
- Vietnamese: gác mái
Definition of attic from the Collins English Dictionary
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