Definition of 'conservatory'
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Designed to work in colder conditions, such as a conservatory or garage. Times, Sunday Times (2017)This is particularly important where major improvements such as building a conservatory are involved. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Or had his planning application for a new conservatory turned down? Times, Sunday Times (2014)The garden includes a conservatory for growing exotic plants. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He takes us through the house until we reach a conservatory beside the garden. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There in the sunlit conservatory overlooking the garden his parents and other relations were perched on cane chairs. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The stone house has four bedrooms, three reception rooms and a conservatory. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If you have a cool greenhouse or conservatory, place them under the protection of glass. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The conservatory dining room has views across the Gloucestershire countryside. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You couldn't build a conservatory on the end of your house. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The billiard room also opens in a spacious new conservatory, with a plunge pool behind. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This was to pay off an existing loan and give us 15,000 to build a conservatory. The Sun (2013)She says she's been dreaming of a new conservatory for years. The Sun (2013)Entry is 4 and includes access to the conservatory and gardens. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Right now any politician who accuses the other side of playing politics with energy is throwing a big fat stone from a giant glass conservatory. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It has a garage, a conservatory and an established 150ft garden. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Nearly 2,000 sq ft, including two reception rooms and a conservatory. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It has three reception rooms, a conservatory, a pool and a stable block. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Pot them up - without covering the crowns in compost - and leave in a warm greenhouse or conservatory. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There is a kitchen, double reception room and a conservatory, while outside there is a patio garden. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We had a conservatory built on top of the building, which was set back so it wasn't visible from the street. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They are frost tender: grow them for most of the year in a conservatory or greenhouse, then place on the terrace during summer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The sweeping staircase has been refurbished and the house has a new roof, conservatory and flooring, as well as new fireplaces to replace the looted originals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)To keep them in good condition, pick off any weak growth and fading flower stems, then place in a conservatory or greenhouse for the winter months. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'conservatory'
British English: conservatory /kənˈsɜːvətrɪ/ NOUN
A conservatory is a glass room built onto a house.
- American English: conservatory
- Arabic: مُسْتَنْبَتٌ زُجَاجِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: estufa
- Chinese: 暖房
- Croatian: staklenik
- Czech: zimní zahrada
- Danish: konservatorium
- Dutch: serre
- European Spanish: jardín de invierno
- Finnish: kasvihuone
- French: véranda
- German: Wintergarten
- Greek: θερμοκήπιο
- Italian: serra
- Japanese: コンサーバトリー
- Korean: 온실
- Norwegian: drivhus
- Polish: oranżeria
- European Portuguese: estufa
- Romanian: seră
- Russian: оранжерея
- Spanish: conservatorio
- Swedish: vinterträdgård
- Thai: เรือนกระจกสำหรับเก็บต้นไม้
- Turkish: limonluk
- Ukrainian: оранжерея
- Vietnamese: nhà kính trồng cây
Definition of conservatory from the Collins English Dictionary
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