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community home

(in Britain) n
1. (Social Welfare) a home provided by a local authority for children who cannot remain with parents or relatives, or be placed with foster parents
2. (Social Welfare) a boarding school for young offenders. Former name: approved school or community home with education on the premises (formal)Abbreviation: CHE
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community home

n (Brit) → riformatorio
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