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thatch

 (thăch)
n.
1. Plant stalks or foliage, such as reeds or palm fronds, used for roofing.
2. Something, such as a thick growth of hair on the head, that resembles thatch.
3. Dead turf, as on a lawn.
tr.v. thatched, thatch·ing, thatch·es
To cover with or as if with thatch.

[Middle English thacche, alteration (influenced by thecchen, thacchen, to thatch, from Old English theccan, to cover) of thak, from Old English thæc; see (s)teg- in Indo-European roots.]

thatch′er n.
thatch′y adj.

thatched

(θætʃt)
adj
(Building) covered with a roofing material that consists of straw, reed, etc
Translations
مَسْقوف بالقَشمَسْقُوفٌ بِالقَشّ
doškový
stråtækt
olkikattoinen
s krovom od trske
zsúpfedelû
sem er meî stráòaki
萱葺き屋根の
초가 지붕의
otiepkový
med halmtak
ที่มุงด้วยจาก
çatısı sazla kaplısaz ve saman çatılı
có mái tranh

thatched

[θætʃt] ADJ thatched cottagecasita f con techo de paja
thatched rooftecho m de paja

thatched

[ˈθætʃt] adj [roof] → de chaume
thatched cottage → chaumière fthatched cottage nchaumière f

thatched

adj ? thatch N a cottagemit Stroh-/Reetdach, stroh-/reetgedeckt; thatched roofStroh-/Reetdach nt; to be thatchedein Stroh-/Reetdach haben, mit Stroh/Reet gedeckt sein

thatched

[θætʃt] adj (roof) → di paglia (or frasche); (cottage) → con il tetto di paglia (or frasche)

thatch

(θӕtʃ) noun
straw, rushes etc used as a roofing material for houses.
verb
to cover the roof of (a house) with thatch.
thatched adjective
covered with thatch. thatched cottages.

thatched

مَسْقُوفٌ بِالقَشّ doškový stråtækt strohgedeckt αχυρένιος con el tejado de paja olkikattoinen de chaume s krovom od trske di paglia 萱葺き屋根の 초가 지붕의 met strodak tekket kryty strzechą feito de colmo, feito de sapê крытый соломой med halmtak ที่มุงด้วยจาก saz ve saman çatılı có mái tranh 茅草屋顶的
References in classic literature ?
Then the eyes roamed about the campong to rest at last upon the slanting roof of the thatched shed which was its shelter.
Finally the entire expedition took refuge within the thatched huts--here, at least, they would be free from the arrows.
He had a nest thatched with leaves in the top of a tall tree; and he had a little squirrel wife called Goody.
In the town were some substantial windowless houses of stone scattered among a wilderness of thatched cabins; the streets were mere crooked alleys, and un- paved; troops of dogs and nude children played in the sun and made life and noise; hogs roamed and rooted contentedly about, and one of them lay in a reeking wallow in the middle of the main thoroughfare and suckled her family.
At intervals we passed a wretched cabin, with a thatched roof, and about it small fields and garden patches in an indifferent state of cultivation.
From a lofty perch Tarzan viewed the village of thatched huts across the intervening plantation.
He would take a look within, thought Tarzan, and so, cautiously, he approached the low thatched building.
The horses also had been fed for a fortnight on straw from the thatched roofs and had become terribly thin, though still covered with tufts of felty winter hair.
Despite their pale swollen faces and tattered uniforms, the hussars formed line for roll call, kept things in order, groomed their horses, polished their arms, brought in straw from the thatched roofs in place of fodder, and sat down to dine round the caldrons from which they rose up hungry, joking about their nasty food and their hunger.
He always thatched the ricks--for if anything were his forte more than another, it was thatching--and when the last touch had been put to the last beehive rick, Kester, whose home lay at some distance from the farm, would take a walk to the rick-yard in his best clothes on a Sunday morning and stand in the lane, at a due distance, to contemplate his own thatching walking about to get each rick from the proper point of view.
With nose close to the thatched wall Korak sniffed eagerly about the structure--tense and palpitant as a hunting hound.
AN ELDERLY couple have been left devastated after their PS850,000 thatched cottage began sinking.