Definition of 'hammock'
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Example sentences containing 'hammock'
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Expect whitewashed walls, four-poster beds and hammocks for afternoon snoozing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Expect whitewashed walls, four-poster beds and hammocks for afternoon snoozing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Our balcony overlooked a quiet garden, in which a pool was surrounded by day beds and hammocks. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Outside is a gorgeous pool area with swaying hammocks, with activities from birdwatching to horse riding close by. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The most arduous activity I witness is a guest swinging in the enormous fishing net hammock before dozing off. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Build a comfy bed - a hammock just doesn't cut it. Times, Sunday Times (2009)All the rooms come with double hammocks and outdoor showers, and the pricier ones have plunge pools, too. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Think no-frills wooden huts on stilts on the sand, complete with hammocks and mosquito nets and secured with a padlock. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'hammock'
British English: hammock /ˈhæmək/ NOUN
A hammock is a piece of strong cloth or netting which is hung between two supports and used as a bed.
- American English: hammock
- Arabic: الُأرْجوحَة الشَبَكِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: rede de descanso
- Chinese: 吊床
- Croatian: viseća mreža za ležanje
- Czech: houpací síť
- Danish: hængekøje
- Dutch: hangmat
- European Spanish: hamaca colgante
- Finnish: riippumatto
- French: hamac
- German: Hängematte
- Greek: αιώρα
- Italian: amaca
- Japanese: ハンモック
- Korean: 해먹
- Norwegian: hengekøye
- Polish: hamak
- European Portuguese: rede de descanso
- Romanian: hamac
- Russian: гамак
- Spanish: hamaca
- Swedish: hängmatta
- Thai: เปล
- Turkish: hamak
- Ukrainian: гамак
- Vietnamese: võng
Definition of hammock from the Collins English Dictionary
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