Definition of bungalow
: a one-storied house with a low-pitched roof; also : a house having one and a half stories and usually a front porch
Recent Examples of bungalow from the Web
Amiee has an interior design business called Gathered and is an artist, and the oil paintings that decorate the couple's bungalow are her own.
In the tony enclave of Deal, where the beach bungalows of Asbury Park give way to mansions seemingly plucked from the Hamptons, residents have been battling to keep beaches to themselves, despite work by the Corps of Engineers.
Grossmont Middle College High School, with 37 students, is run out of a couple of bungalow trailers on the campus of Grossmont College.
Its 15 bungalows have a simple but upscale all-wood aesthetic that perfectly complements the surrounding nature.
Our Airbnb bungalow was another 10 minutes away by wobbly motorboat.
Ten over-water bungalows have lagoon-access outside decks, lagoon-access steps, outdoor showers, large bathrooms with double sinks and a kitchenette corner.
Your best bet is this little blue bungalow, whose name pays homage to the Grateful Dead song.
The company had fewer than 50 employees, who had just moved from a bungalow on the beach in Venice Beach, California to nearby offices.
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Origin and Etymology of bungalow
Hindi baṅglā & Urdu banglā, literally, (house) in the Bengal style
First Known Use: 1676
BUNGALOW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bungalow for English Language Learners
: a house that is all on one level
: a house that has one main level and a second smaller level above
BUNGALOW Defined for Kids
Definition of bungalow for Students
: a house with a main level and a smaller second level above
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