cabaña


cabaña
f.
1 cabin, hut, barrack, log cabin.
2 goal, score point.
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cabaña
nombre femenino
1 (choza) cabin, hut, shack
2 (conjunto de ganados) livestock
la cabaña pirenaica Pyrenean livestock
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noun f.
cabin, hut
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SF
1) (=choza) hut, cabin; [pobre] hovel, shack

cabaña de madera — log cabin

2) (Billar) baulk
3) (Agr) (=rebaño) (large) flock; (=ganado) livestock
4) Cono Sur (=estancia) cattle-breeding ranch
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femenino
1) (choza) cabin, shack
2) (Agr) (RPl) (estancia) cattle-breeding ranch
3) (Méx) (Dep) goal
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= cottage, cabin, hut, lodge, rondavel, shack, log house.
Ex. Tom Jones hiding in a particular copse with Molly Seagrim, Marvell lying in a certain garden, Dimitri Karamazov in that prison cell, Will and Anna in that cottage bedroom.
Ex. Stopping a few miles north of where the Lewark meets the great Modoc River in what is now called the American midwest, they constructed a humble cabin and began trading with river men and friendly Indians.
Ex. Robinson Crusoe kept his books in a hut which seems quite unsatisfactory in view of the tropical climate of the island.
Ex. Dinner will be served in the boma at the Lodge, where you will again spend the night.
Ex. Accommodation comprises 200 fully equipped, self-catering rondavels with own bathroom, kitchen and braai facilities.
Ex. In another survey which examined the information needs of residents of new black urban communities, townships and shack settlements identified problems associated with the labor market and transport.
Ex. In this little town of about a dozen log houses, they were initiated into the mysteries, pleasures, and sufferings of a gold-digger's life.
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* cabaña de cazadores = hunting-lodge.
* cabaña de madera = log cabin, wood cabin.
* cabaña de troncos de madera = log cabin, wood cabin.
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femenino
1) (choza) cabin, shack
2) (Agr) (RPl) (estancia) cattle-breeding ranch
3) (Méx) (Dep) goal
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= cottage, cabin, hut, lodge, rondavel, shack, log house.

Ex: Tom Jones hiding in a particular copse with Molly Seagrim, Marvell lying in a certain garden, Dimitri Karamazov in that prison cell, Will and Anna in that cottage bedroom.

Ex: Stopping a few miles north of where the Lewark meets the great Modoc River in what is now called the American midwest, they constructed a humble cabin and began trading with river men and friendly Indians.
Ex: Robinson Crusoe kept his books in a hut which seems quite unsatisfactory in view of the tropical climate of the island.
Ex: Dinner will be served in the boma at the Lodge, where you will again spend the night.
Ex: Accommodation comprises 200 fully equipped, self-catering rondavels with own bathroom, kitchen and braai facilities.
Ex: In another survey which examined the information needs of residents of new black urban communities, townships and shack settlements identified problems associated with the labor market and transport.
Ex: In this little town of about a dozen log houses, they were initiated into the mysteries, pleasures, and sufferings of a gold-digger's life.
* cabaña de cazadores = hunting-lodge.
* cabaña de madera = log cabin, wood cabin.
* cabaña de troncos de madera = log cabin, wood cabin.

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cabaña
feminine
A (choza) cabin, shack
B (Agr)
1 (Esp) (conjunto de ganado) livestock (+ sing or pl vb)
2 (RPl) (estancia) cattle-breeding ranch
C (Art) pastoral
D (Méx) (Dep) goal
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cabaña sustantivo femenino (choza) cabin, shack
cabaña sustantivo femenino
1 (refugio) cabin
2 (de ganado) la cabaña caballar de la zona es escasa, horse livestock in this area is scarce
'cabaña' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
indispensable
- vadear
English:
bunk
- cabin
- footpath
- hut
- lumber
- running
- shed
- tree-house
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cabaña nf
1. [choza] hut, cabin;
una cabaña de pastores a shepherd's hut
2. [ganado] livestock;
la cabaña bovina de Gales the national herd of Welsh cattle
3.
cabaña (de salida) [en billares] baulk
4. RP [finca] cattle ranch
5. Méx [portería de fútbol] goal
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cabaña
f
1 cabin
2 Méx
en fútbol goal
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cabaña nf
choza: cabin, hut
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cabaña n hut

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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