Definition of cabana
1 : a lightweight structure with living facilities
2 : a tentlike shelter usually with an open side facing a beach or swimming pool
Recent Examples of cabana from the Web
Lounge chairs and cabanas at the resort’s Waves Rooftop Pool Bar and Grill will receive new coral-colored cushions to complement its white and blue décor.
Tickets are $35 and include include Stretch Run admission as well as access to the cabana and it amenities.
At the yacht club, the actor and his friends shared a cabana and enjoyed a brunch spread.
This bandeau was 100 percent originally designed to be worn while relaxing in a poolside cabana or under an umbrella at a beach.
Outside the beautiful custom home is a spacious outdoor cabana with a fireplace and kitchen.
A thatched Indonesian cabana completes the scene, providing a resort feel year round.
Sycuan is launching its property into the luxury resort category with a 12-story, 300-room hotel (its first), a sprawling pool complex with an adult pool lined with cabanas and a lazy river, a new spa, conference space and four new restaurants.
VIP packages start at $250 for early admission and run up to $5,500 for a private cabana for 20 people.
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Origin and Etymology of cabana
Spanish cabaña, literally, hut, from Medieval Latin capanna
First Known Use: 1890See Words from the same year
CABANA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cabana for English Language Learners
: a small, simple building that has a roof and usually walls and is often used by people at a beach or swimming pool
CABANA Defined for Kids
Definition of cabana for Students
: a shelter usually with an open side used by people at a beach or swimming pool
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