Definition of 'bungalow'
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Transportation can also be arranged, and if you stay at more than one bungalow, your bags will be delivered to your room before your arrival. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Her house is three bungalows arranged around a courtyard. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Building more bungalows would apparently solve the problem. The Sun (2013)It involves buying a bungalow on a decent plot of land and growing your house out of it. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It was true that there was no one in the bungalow but herself and the little rustling snake. The Secret Garden (1911)It was a very small bungalow and the collection was piled up to the ceiling all around the house. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He and his wife have a bungalow with an internal garage that they are thinking of turning into a dining room. The Sun (2012)Spanish apartment houses and bungalow courts. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Five people live in the bungalow, one woman and four men. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There is potential to extend or build a bungalow, subject to planning consent. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The five two-bedroom thatched family bungalows are grouped together and interconnected. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She had spent her savings and sold her two-bedroom bungalow to get by. The Sun (2016)You could have a detached bungalow for each wife, maybe four bungalows if you had four wives. The Sun (2011)I think either of those would be more tempting and exciting than just building more bungalows. The Sun (2013)I grew up in a small bungalow, with three bedrooms. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You upscale each time, retire, buy a bungalow and live off the cash. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So, there you have it: a small but pleasant bungalow in a peaceful and convenient spot. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But though they may buy a new bungalow, they don't plan to move from their local area. The Sun (2011)MINISTERS say that councils will need to build thousands more bungalows to house Britain's elderly. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'bungalow'
British English: bungalow /ˈbʌŋɡəˌləʊ/ NOUN
A bungalow is a house with only one floor.
- American English: bungalow
- Arabic: بَيْت ذو طابَق واحِد
- Brazilian Portuguese: bangalô
- Chinese: 平房
- Croatian: bungalov
- Czech: bungalov
- Danish: bungalow
- Dutch: bungalow
- European Spanish: casa de una planta
- Finnish: yksikerroksinen talo / mökki
- French: bungalow
- German: Bungalow
- Greek: μπάνγκαλοου
- Italian: bungalow
- Japanese: バンガロー
- Korean: 방갈로
- Norwegian: bungalow
- Polish: bungalow
- European Portuguese: bangalô
- Romanian: bungalou
- Russian: бунгало
- Spanish: chalet
- Swedish: enplanshus
- Thai: บังกาโล
- Turkish: bungalov
- Ukrainian: бунгало
- Vietnamese: nhà gỗ một tầng
Definition of bungalow from the Collins English Dictionary
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