hut


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hut

 (hŭt)
n.
1. A crude or makeshift dwelling or shelter; a shack.
2. A temporary structure for sheltering troops.
3. A sturdy building offering shelter in the backcountry, as to mountaineers.
tr. & intr.v. hut·ted, hut·ting, huts
To shelter or take shelter in a hut.

[French hutte, of Germanic origin; see (s)keu- in Indo-European roots.]

hut

(hʌt)
n
1. a small house or shelter, usually made of wood or metal
2. (Agriculture) the hut Austral (on a sheep or cattle station) accommodation for the shearers, stockmen, etc
3. (Mountaineering) NZ a shelter for mountaineers, skiers, etc
vb
to furnish with or live in a hut
[C17: from French hutte, of Germanic origin; related to Old High German hutta a crude dwelling]
ˈhutˌlike adj

hut

(hʌt)

n.
1. a small or humble dwelling of simple construction, esp. one made of natural materials, as logs or grass.
2. a simple roofed shelter, often with one or two sides left open.
[1645–55; < French hutte < Frankish, c. Old High German hutt(e)a < West Germanic *hudjā; akin to hide1]

hut


Past participle: hutted
Gerund: hutting

Imperative
hut
hut
Present
I hut
you hut
he/she/it huts
we hut
you hut
they hut
Preterite
I hutted
you hutted
he/she/it hutted
we hutted
you hutted
they hutted
Present Continuous
I am hutting
you are hutting
he/she/it is hutting
we are hutting
you are hutting
they are hutting
Present Perfect
I have hutted
you have hutted
he/she/it has hutted
we have hutted
you have hutted
they have hutted
Past Continuous
I was hutting
you were hutting
he/she/it was hutting
we were hutting
you were hutting
they were hutting
Past Perfect
I had hutted
you had hutted
he/she/it had hutted
we had hutted
you had hutted
they had hutted
Future
I will hut
you will hut
he/she/it will hut
we will hut
you will hut
they will hut
Future Perfect
I will have hutted
you will have hutted
he/she/it will have hutted
we will have hutted
you will have hutted
they will have hutted
Future Continuous
I will be hutting
you will be hutting
he/she/it will be hutting
we will be hutting
you will be hutting
they will be hutting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hutting
you have been hutting
he/she/it has been hutting
we have been hutting
you have been hutting
they have been hutting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hutting
you will have been hutting
he/she/it will have been hutting
we will have been hutting
you will have been hutting
they will have been hutting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hutting
you had been hutting
he/she/it had been hutting
we had been hutting
you had been hutting
they had been hutting
Conditional
I would hut
you would hut
he/she/it would hut
we would hut
you would hut
they would hut
Past Conditional
I would have hutted
you would have hutted
he/she/it would have hutted
we would have hutted
you would have hutted
they would have hutted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hut - temporary military shelterhut - temporary military shelter    
Nissen hut, Quonset hut - a prefabricated hut of corrugated iron having a semicircular cross section
shelter - a structure that provides privacy and protection from danger
armed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"
2.hut - small crude shelter used as a dwellinghut - small crude shelter used as a dwelling
igloo, iglu - an Eskimo hut; usually built of blocks (of sod or snow) in the shape of a dome
mudhif - a reed hut in the marshlands of Iraq; rare since the marshes were drained
shelter - a structure that provides privacy and protection from danger

hut

noun
1. cabin, shack, shanty, hovel a mud hut with no electricity, gas, or running water
2. shed, outhouse, lean-to, lockup Never leave a garage or garden hut unlocked.

hut

noun
An ugly, squalid dwelling:
Translations
كُوخٌكوخ، مأوى خَشَبي
chatakůlnabouda
hyttebarak
maja
koliba
kofi
小屋
오두막
būda
koča
hydda
กระท่อม
túp lều

hut

[hʌt] N (= shed) → cobertizo m; (= small house) → cabaña f; (= hovel) → barraca f, choza f (Mil) → barracón m, barraca f
mountain hutalbergue m de montaña

hut

[ˈhʌt] n
(= shed) → cabane f
(= dwelling) → hutte f

hut

nHütte f; (Mil) → Baracke f

hut

[hʌt] n (primitive dwelling) → capanna; (in mountains) → baita, rifugio (Mil) → baracca; (shed) → capanno

hut

(hat) noun
a small house or shelter, usually made of wood.

hut

كُوخٌ bouda hytte Hütte καλύβα cabaña maja hutte koliba capanna 小屋 오두막 hut hytte chata cabana хижина hydda กระท่อม kulübe túp lều 小屋
References in classic literature ?
Now and then some lonely Indian hut could be seen, and occasionally a craft propelled by a man who was trying to gain a meager living from the rubber forest which hemmed in the stream on either side.
Between the stream and the hut lay a big abandoned field, where cattle were pastured when the bayou supplied them with water enough.
The young Indian point3ed toward his rude hut when his labor was ended; and Heyward, who understood the meaning of the silent gestures, gently urged Munro to enter.
A natural spring of soft and pleasant water--a rare treasure on the sea-girt peninsula where the Puritan settlement was made--had early induced Matthew Maule to build a hut, shaggy with thatch, at this point, although somewhat too remote from what was then the centre of the village.
And yet, during the first three days I never allowed him to enter a hut or other dwelling.
The romancers always dress up the chamois-hunter in a fanciful and picturesque costume, whereas the best way to hut this game is to do it without any costume at all.
So he watched out for me one day in the spring, and catched me, and took me up the river about three mile in a skiff, and crossed over to the Illinois shore where it was woody and there warn't no houses but an old log hut in a place where the timber was so thick you couldn't find it if you didn't know where it was.
Sometimes the long-suffering house was a log hut, and the brave settlers defeated a band of hostile Indians, or occasionally were massacred by them; but in either case the Simpson house looked, to quote a Riverboro expression, "as if the devil had been having an auction in it.
Go on, my dear friend, till you, and those who, like you, have been saved, so as by fire, from the dark prison- house, shall stereotype these free, illegal pulses into statutes; and New England, cutting loose from a blood-stained Union, shall glory in being the house of refuge for the oppressed,--till we no longer merely "~hide~ the outcast," or make a merit of standing idly by while he is hunted in our midst; but, consecrat- ing anew the soil of the Pilgrims as an asylum for the oppressed, proclaim our WELCOME to the slave so loudly, that the tones shall reach every hut in the Carolinas, and make the broken-hearted bondman leap up at the thought of old Massachusetts.
Chateau and hut, stone face and dangling figure, the red stain on the stone floor, and the pure water in the village well--thousands of acres of land--a whole province of France--all France itself--lay under the night sky, concentrated into a faint hair-breadth line.
Alight shone from the window of a hut, and swiftly they advanced towards it.
After an hour or so of this travelling, we came to a rough wooden hut and a landing-place.