bungalow


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bun·ga·low

 (bŭng′gə-lō′)
n.
1. A small, usually one-story house, often having a low-pitched roof, overhanging eaves, and a veranda.
2. A thatched or tiled one-story house in India surrounded by a wide veranda.

[Hindi baṅglā, Bengali, bungalow.]

bungalow

(ˈbʌŋɡəˌləʊ)
n
1. (Architecture) a one-storey house, sometimes with an attic
2. (Architecture) (in India) a one-storey house, usually surrounded by a veranda
[C17: from Hindi banglā (house) of the Bengal type]

bun•ga•low

(ˈbʌŋ gəˌloʊ)

n.
a small house or summer cottage, usu. of one or one and a half stories, sometimes with a veranda.
[1670–80; < Hindi banglā literally, of Bengal]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bungalow - a small house with a single storybungalow - a small house with a single story  
house - a dwelling that serves as living quarters for one or more families; "he has a house on Cape Cod"; "she felt she had to get out of the house"
Translations
بَيْت ذو طابَق واحِدمَنْزِلٌ ذو طابِقٍ واحِدٍ
bungalov
bungalow
yksikerroksinen talo / mökki
bungalov
bungaló
lítiî einlyft íbúîarhús
バンガロー
방갈로
vienaaukštis namas
mājiņa
bungalov
bungalovhišica
enplanshus
บังกาโล
bungalovkulübetek katlı kır evi
nhà gỗ một tầng

bungalow

[ˈbʌŋgələʊ] Nchalé m, bungalow m

bungalow

[ˈbʌŋgələʊ] nbungalow mbungee jumping [ˈbʌndʒidʒʌmpɪŋ] nsaut m à l'élastique

bungalow

nBungalow m

bungalow

[ˈbʌŋgəˌləʊ] nbungalow m inv, villetta a un piano

bungalow

(ˈbaŋgələu) noun
a (usually small) house of one storey. They live in a small bungalow.

bungalow

بَيْت ذو طابَق واحِد bungalov bungalow Bungalow μπάνγκαλοου casa de una planta, chalet yksikerroksinen talo / mökki bungalow bungalov bungalow バンガロー 방갈로 bungalow bungalow bungalow bangalô бунгало enplanshus บังกาโล bungalov nhà gỗ một tầng 平房
References in classic literature ?
Many things happened during the hours in which she slept so heavily, but she was not disturbed by the wails and the sound of things being carried in and out of the bungalow.
This is the story of the great war that Rikki-tikki-tavi fought single-handed, through the bath-rooms of the big bungalow in Segowlee cantonment.
said the man, and he led the way down toward the flower-covered bungalow behind which lay the barns and out- houses of a well-ordered African farm.
He wrote me an invitation, on a tool-indent form, to visit him; and I came down to the funny little "construction" bungalow at the side of the line.
His superior officer wrote an absurd letter to his mother, saying that Imray had unaccountably disappeared and his bungalow stood empty on the road.
He took me to his house on the outskirts of Melbourne, a weather-board bungalow, scantily furnished, but comfortable enough.
It was a bungalow of unpainted wood, consisting of two small rooms, and outside was a small shed that served as a kitchen.
It was two weeks later that John Clayton, Lord Greystoke, riding in from a tour of inspection of his vast African estate, glimpsed the head of a column of men crossing the plain that lay between his bungalow and the forest to the north and west.
A thin spiral of smoke arose at the right of the bungalow where the barns had stood, but there were no barns there now, and from the bungalow chimney from which smoke should have arisen, there arose nothing.
He did not wish to disturb the others whom he believed to be sleeping somewhere within the structure--a low, rambling bungalow of eight rooms.
Everything's going A1 here, and they've built me this little bungalow, only got in it last week - stunning, isn't it?
I know all that you are going to say and offer-- your giving the bungalow up to me and building a grass house for yourself.