English version

thatched in Construction topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthatchedthatched /θætʃt/ adjective  TBCa thatched roof is made with dried straw, reeds, leaves etc a thatched cottage (=one with a thatched roof)thatch verb [intransitive, transitive]
Examples from the Corpus
thatchedIn many cases the roofs were thatched, but are now mostly tiled.Turn left when level with thatched cottage on track.Shifted ... And was again in the scrub behind the round thatched huts that blazed like torches.From Thaxted we went to a lovely old thatched pub called the Ashtree at Burton End.Nobody was hurt but the thatched roof, and a quantity of hay and peat were destroyed.a thatched roofMemorable village scenes are created by these traditional building materials, often capped with a thatched roof.The evidence suggests that almost all the village houses in earlier days were built of dried mud with thatched roofs.