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hut

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noun \ˈhət\

Definition of hut

  1. 1 :  an often small and temporary dwelling of simple construction :  shack

  2. 2 :  a simple shelter from the elements

hut

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Examples of hut in a Sentence

  1. smoke rose from a fisherman's hut on the shore of the lake

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Origin and Etymology of hut

French hutte, from Old French hute, from Old High German hutta hut; probably akin to Old English hȳd skin, hide


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hut

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interjection \ˈhət, ˈhəp\

Definition of hut

  1. —used to mark a marching cadence

Origin and Etymology of hut

probably alteration of 1hep


HUT Defined for English Language Learners

hut

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noun

Definition of hut for English Language Learners

  • : a small and simple house or building


HUT Defined for Kids

hut

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noun \ˈhət\

Definition of hut for Students

  1. :  a small roughly made and often temporary dwelling



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