Definition of 'kennel'
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Example sentences containing 'kennel'
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He loves his dog and the kennel was too good a deal to resist. The Sun (2016)On ships where there are no kennels, they stay in your car for the entire journey and you can visit them during the trip. The Sun (2016)On our return to base, my expedition group was able to go into the dogs' large kennels to stroke them and play with the puppies. The Sun (2016)The great secure kennel in the sky. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There were all manner of dogs in the kennels at the rear of the house. FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)Their stables and kennels were important to them. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)There are enough dogs in kennels that have had full health checks. The Sun (2016)The stables and kennels cry out for an animal lover. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He found them starving in an abandoned dog kennel. The Sun (2009)Beware a breeder who keeps the dogs in kennels or locked up in a shed in a yard. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Right through yard past dog kennels. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We planned to run a kennels, boarding dogs while their owners were on holiday. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The beloved Yorkshire terriers were washed at the kennels while their owners went on holiday. The Sun (2011)The family put up posters, scoured the streets and notified local dog kennels and police. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was a week since arson destroyed the main house, kennels and stables in the early hours. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Your bulldog will have to stay in the kennel area throughout the trip and you'll have access during visiting hours. Times, Sunday Times (2014)His retirement has been spent in the library rather than the kennel club, and this engaging and scholarly volume is the outcome. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)I run a boarding kennels, and have to see the distress that many pets suffer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They are housed in kennels, not homes, throughout their working lives. The Sun (2013)There is little left of the stable block and kennels, where the family's three dogs were kept. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And, like the occupants of the stables and kennels, the women sometimes brought money instead of consuming it lavishly. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)I also hire a field from a boarding kennel so my dogs can run and play safely, and we regularly go out on day trips together. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'kennel'
British English: kennel /ˈkɛnl/ NOUN
A kennel is a small hut made for a dog to sleep in.
- American English: doghouse
- Arabic: بَيْتٌ صَغِيرٌ لِلْكَلبِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: canil
- Chinese: 狗窝
- Croatian: štenara
- Czech: psí bouda
- Danish: hundehus
- Dutch: hondenhok
- European Spanish: caseta del perro
- Finnish: kennel
- French: niche
- German: Hundehütte
- Greek: σκυλόσπιτο
- Italian: canile
- Japanese: 犬小屋
- Korean: 개집
- Norwegian: kennel
- Polish: buda
- European Portuguese: canil
- Romanian: coteț
- Russian: конура
- Spanish: perrera
- Swedish: kennel
- Thai: บ้านสุนัข
- Turkish: köpek kulübesi
- Ukrainian: будка
- Vietnamese: chuồng chó
Definition of kennel from the Collins English Dictionary
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