Definition of 'mansion'
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The engine rumbled quietly as he pulled up in front of the old mansion. ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH (2001)The hum of voices, tinged with urgency cut the stillness, and the rush of scurrying feet filled the old mansion. ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH (2001)It was a magnificent old mansion, filled with magnificent antiques. ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH (2001)
He hoped so, because compared to where he lived, she and her dad had a friggin ' mansion. TRUST ME (2001)
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Translations for 'mansion'
British English: mansion /ˈmænʃən/ NOUN
A mansion is a very large, expensive house.
...an eighteenth-century mansion.
- American English: mansion
- Arabic: بَيْتٌ كَبِيرٌ فَخِمٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mansão
- Chinese: 庄园
- Croatian: rezidencija
- Czech: sídlo velký dům
- Danish: palæ
- Dutch: herenhuis
- European Spanish: mansión
- Finnish: kartano
- French: manoir
- German: Herrenhaus
- Greek: έπαυλη
- Italian: villa
- Japanese: 大邸宅
- Korean: 대저택
- Norwegian: herskapshus
- Polish: rezydencja
- European Portuguese: mansão
- Romanian: conac
- Russian: особняк
- Spanish: mansión
- Swedish: herrgård
- Thai: บ้านหลังใหญ่
- Turkish: konak
- Ukrainian: маєток
- Vietnamese: lâu đài
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