terraced house

noun

Definition of terraced house

British

  1. :  a house in a row of houses that shares a wall with the houses next to it

Word by Word Definitions

terraceplay terraced
  1. :  a colonnaded porch or promenade

    :  a flat roof or open platform

    :  a relatively level paved or planted area adjoining a building

  1. :  to provide (something, such as a building or hillside) with a terrace

    :  to make into a terrace

houseplay
  1. :  a building that serves as living quarters for one or a few families :  home

    :  a shelter or refuge (as a nest or den) of a wild animal

    :  a natural covering (as a test or shell) that encloses and protects an animal or a colony of zooids

  1. :  to provide with living quarters or shelter

    :  to store in a building

    :  to encase, enclose, or shelter as if by putting in a house (see 1house)


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