Examples of cabin in a Sentence
a cabin in the woods
Don't unbuckle your seat belt until the flight attendant says it is safe to move around the cabin.
Recent Examples of cabin from the Web
Another improvement: The cabin is pressurized to about 6,000 feet, Lee said.
Crystal bills Ravel and its sister ships as the only river vessels in Europe where every cabin is a suite with a balcony.
The cabin is well soundproofed and the ride quality is quite smooth.
Finally, the main cabin is only nine seats across, meaning each of the 220 seats is 18.5 inches in width, the widest of Delta's international fleet.
Our tester had a fairly smooth ride even on some slightly rough (potholed) roads, and the cabin was generally quiet.
The cabins were basic but clean and comfortable, though sometimes hot.
Inside the cabin is another peril — one that's less grounded in wildlife, but no less immediate.
The new cabin is airy, and the design never feels overwrought.
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CABIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cabin for English Language Learners
: a small, simple house made of wood
: a room that you can sleep in on a ship or boat
: the part of an airplane in which the passengers sit
CABIN Defined for Kids
Definition of cabin for Students
- a log cabin
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