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English translation of 'cabine'

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cabine

[kabin ]
feminine noun
1.  [de bateau] cabin
2. 
[de plage] beach hut
[de piscine] cubicle
3.  [de camion, train] cab
4.  [d’avion] cabin
en cabine on board
En cabine, on ne peut prendre qu’un petit bagage à main. You can only take one small item of hand luggage on board.
le personnel de cabine the cabin crew
5.  (téléphonique) phone boothphone box (Brit)

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Example Sentences Including 'cabine'

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Cette enseignante devait décrire aux écoliers américains, depuis sa cabine, les beautés de l'espace.
Le Monde (2003)
Chef de cabine chez Air France, il verse près d'un quart de son salaire à la seconde épouse de son père.
Le Monde (2000)
Dans la cabine de l'avion, j'ai senti que je lui appartenais.
Marie Claire
Dans la rue, Jean-Paul s'arrêta à la première cabine téléphonique venue.
Dangerfield, Yves & Girod, Francis L'enfance de l'art
Il a la meilleure place, calé au fond de la cabine, genoux relevés.
Basset-Chercot, Pascal Le baptême du boiteux
Le jeune homme est arrêté dans la rue, alors qu'il se dirige vers une cabine téléphonique.
Le Monde (2000)
Nous passons la nuit dans la cabine, inconfortable car elle ne comprend qu'une couchette pour deux.
Delarue, Jean-Claude Le ras-le-bol des administrés

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'cabine' in Other Languages

British English: cabin /ˈkæbɪn/ NOUN
A cabin is a small room in a ship or boat, or one of the areas inside a plane.
...a first-class cabin.
  • American English: cabin
  • Arabic: كَابِينَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cabine
  • Chinese: 船舱
  • Croatian: kabina
  • Czech: kabina
  • Danish: kabine
  • Dutch: cabine
  • European Spanish: cabina
  • Finnish: hytti
  • French: cabine
  • German: Kabine
  • Greek: καμπίνα
  • Italian: cabina
  • Japanese: キャビン
  • Korean: 선실
  • Norwegian: hytte
  • Polish: kabina
  • European Portuguese: cabine
  • Romanian: cabină
  • Russian: каюта
  • Spanish: cabina
  • Swedish: hytt
  • Thai: ห้องเคบิน
  • Turkish: kabin
  • Ukrainian: салон
  • Vietnamese: ca bin
British English: booth NOUN
A booth is a small area separated from a larger public area by screens or thin walls.
I called her from a public phone booth near the hotel.
  • American English: booth
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cabine
  • Chinese: 小隔间 > 如公用电话亭、投票间
  • European Spanish: cabina
  • French: cabine
  • German: Zelle
  • Italian: cabina
  • Japanese: >ブース仕切りや壁で区切られた
  • Korean: 부스
  • European Portuguese: cabine
  • Spanish: cabina
British English: cubicle NOUN
A cubicle is a very small enclosed area, for example one where you can have a shower or change your clothes.
...a separate shower cubicle.
  • American English: cubicle
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cubículo
  • Chinese: > 小单间用于淋浴、更衣等的
  • European Spanish: caseta
  • French: cabine
  • German: Kabine
  • Italian: cabina
  • Japanese: 小さく仕切った部屋
  • Korean: 칸막이 공간
  • European Portuguese: cubículo
  • Spanish: caseta

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