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cab·in

 (kăb′ĭn)
n.
1. A small, roughly built house or shelter.
2. Nautical
a. A room in a ship used as living quarters by an officer or passenger.
b. An enclosed compartment in a boat that serves as a shelter or as living quarters.
3. The enclosed space in an aircraft or spacecraft for the crew, passengers, or cargo.
tr. & intr.v. cab·ined, cab·in·ing, cab·ins
To confine or live in or as if in a small space or area.

[Middle English caban, from Old French cabane, from Old Provençal cabana, from Late Latin capanna.]

cabin

(ˈkæbɪn)
n
1. a small simple dwelling; hut
2. a simple house providing accommodation for travellers or holiday-makers at a motel or holiday camp
3. (Nautical Terms) a room used as an office or living quarters in a ship
4. (Nautical Terms) a covered compartment used for shelter or living quarters in a small boat
5. (Nautical Terms) (in a warship) the compartment or room reserved for the commanding officer
6. (Railways) Brit another name for signal box
7. (Aeronautics)
a. the enclosed part of a light aircraft in which the pilot and passengers sit
b. the part of an airliner in which the passengers are carried
c. the section of an aircraft used for cargo
vb
to confine in a small space
[C14: from Old French cabane, from Old Provençal cabana, from Late Latin capanna hut]

cab•in

(ˈkæb ɪn)

n.
1. a small house or cottage, usu. of simple design and construction: a log cabin.
2. an enclosed space for more or less temporary occupancy, as the living quarters in a trailer or the passenger space in a cable car.
3. the enclosed space for the pilot, cargo, or esp. passengers in an air or space vehicle.
4. an apartment or room in a ship, as for passengers.
adv.
6. in cabin-class accommodations: to travel cabin.
v.i.
7. to live in a cabin.
v.t.
8. to confine.
[1325–75; Middle English cabane < Middle French < Old Provençal cabana < Late Latin capanna]

cabin


Past participle: cabined
Gerund: cabining

Imperative
cabin
cabin
Present
I cabin
you cabin
he/she/it cabins
we cabin
you cabin
they cabin
Preterite
I cabined
you cabined
he/she/it cabined
we cabined
you cabined
they cabined
Present Continuous
I am cabining
you are cabining
he/she/it is cabining
we are cabining
you are cabining
they are cabining
Present Perfect
I have cabined
you have cabined
he/she/it has cabined
we have cabined
you have cabined
they have cabined
Past Continuous
I was cabining
you were cabining
he/she/it was cabining
we were cabining
you were cabining
they were cabining
Past Perfect
I had cabined
you had cabined
he/she/it had cabined
we had cabined
you had cabined
they had cabined
Future
I will cabin
you will cabin
he/she/it will cabin
we will cabin
you will cabin
they will cabin
Future Perfect
I will have cabined
you will have cabined
he/she/it will have cabined
we will have cabined
you will have cabined
they will have cabined
Future Continuous
I will be cabining
you will be cabining
he/she/it will be cabining
we will be cabining
you will be cabining
they will be cabining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been cabining
you have been cabining
he/she/it has been cabining
we have been cabining
you have been cabining
they have been cabining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been cabining
you will have been cabining
he/she/it will have been cabining
we will have been cabining
you will have been cabining
they will have been cabining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been cabining
you had been cabining
he/she/it had been cabining
we had been cabining
you had been cabining
they had been cabining
Conditional
I would cabin
you would cabin
he/she/it would cabin
we would cabin
you would cabin
they would cabin
Past Conditional
I would have cabined
you would have cabined
he/she/it would have cabined
we would have cabined
you would have cabined
they would have cabined
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cabin - small room on a ship or boat where people sleepcabin - small room on a ship or boat where people sleep
compartment - a partitioned section, chamber, or separate room within a larger enclosed area
ocean liner, liner - a large commercial ship (especially one that carries passengers on a regular schedule)
overhead - (nautical) the top surface of an enclosed space on a ship
stateroom - a guest cabin
2.cabin - a small house built of wood; usually in a wooded area
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"
log cabin - a cabin built with logs
3.cabin - the enclosed compartment of an aircraft or spacecraft where passengers are carried
aircraft - a vehicle that can fly
compartment - a partitioned section, chamber, or separate room within a larger enclosed area
pressure cabin - cabin consisting of the pressurized section of an aircraft or spacecraft
ballistic capsule, space vehicle, spacecraft - a craft capable of traveling in outer space; technically, a satellite around the sun
Verb1.cabin - confine to a small space, such as a cabin
confine - prevent from leaving or from being removed

cabin

noun
1. room, berth, quarters, compartment, deckhouse The steward showed her to a small cabin.
2. compartment, section, carriage the first-class cabin of a jumbo jet
3. hut, shed, cottage, lodge, cot (archaic), shack, chalet, shanty, hovel, bothy a log cabin in the woods
Translations
قُمْرَه، غُرْفَه في سَفينَهكَابِينَةكوخمَقْصورَه في طَيّارَه
kabinakajutasrubchata
kabinekahythytte
hytti
kabina
utastér
faròegaplásskáetakofi
キャビン
선실
kajutėsalonastrobelė
būdakajītesalons
kajutazrub
kabinakoča
hytt
ห้องเคบิน
kabinkamarakulübeyolcu kabini
ca bin

cabin

[ˈkæbɪn]
A. N
1. (= hut) → cabaña f
2. (Naut) → camarote m; [of lorry, plane] → cabina f
B. CPD cabin boy Ngrumete m
cabin class N (Naut) → segunda clase f
cabin crew N (Aer) → tripulación f de pilotaje
cabin cruiser Nyate m de crucero (a motor)
cabin trunk Nbaúl m

cabin

[ˈkæbɪn] n
(on ship)cabine f
[plane] → cabine f
(= small house) → cabane f, hutte fcabin crew n [plane] → équipage m

cabin

n
(= hut)Hütte f
(Naut) → Kabine f, → Kajüte f; (= stateroom)Kabine f
(of lorries, buses etc)Führerhaus nt
(Aviat, for passengers) → Passagierraum m; (for pilot) → Cockpit nt, → (Flug)kanzel f

cabin

:
cabin attendant
n (Aviat) → Flugbegleiter(in) m(f)
cabin boy
nSchiffsjunge m; (= steward)Kabinensteward m
cabin class
cabin crew
n (Aviat) → Flugbegleitpersonal nt
cabin cruiser
nKajütboot nt

cabin

:
cabin luggage
nKabinengepäck nt
cabin staff
nKabinenpersonal nt
cabin trunk
nSchrank- or Überseekoffer m

cabin

[ˈkæbɪn] n (hut) → capanna (Naut, Aer) → cabina

cabin

(ˈkӕbin) noun
1. a small house or hut (made eg of logs). a log cabin.
2. a (small) room in a ship for sleeping in. We've a four-berth cabin.
3. the part of an aircraft containing seating for passengers.

cabin

كَابِينَة kabina kabine Kabine καμπίνα cabina hytti cabine kabina cabina キャビン 선실 cabine hytte kabina cabine каюта hytt ห้องเคบิน kabin ca bin 船舱
References in classic literature ?
He constructed his cabin of small logs about six inches in diameter, stopping the chinks with clay which he found at the depth of a few feet beneath the surface soil.
But ere stepping into the cabin doorway below, he pauses, ships a new face altogether, and, then, independent, hilarious little Flask enters King Ahab's presence, in the character of Abjectus, or the Slave.
Fetch the cat, Jukes," said Hook; "it's in the cabin.
Rarely was there any place provided in the cabin where one could bathe even the face and hands, but usually some provision was made for this outside the house, in the yard.
The first thing he did, therefore, when aboard the boat at Boulogne, was to bespeak a private cabin.
Besides my work in the cabin, with its four small state- rooms, I was supposed to be his assistant in the galley, and my colossal ignorance concerning such things as peeling potatoes or washing greasy pots was a source of unending and sarcastic wonder to him.
Much concern was shown; and Starbuck went down into the cabin to report this unfavorable affair.
I looked over my prisoners, who had crowded into the cabin and on top of it.
cried a bold and brassy voice, hailing the deck from the cabin staircase.
The ship began now to fill; several passengers came on board, who were embarked on no criminal account, and these had accommodations assigned them in the great cabin, and other parts of the ship, whereas we, as convicts, were thrust down below, I know not where.
The bayou curved like a crescent around the point of land on which La Folle's cabin stood.
In ways subtler than they knew, they betrayed their intentions to the wolf-dog that haunted the cabin-stoop, and that, though he never came inside the cabin, knew what went on inside their brains.