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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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bungalowbun‧ga‧low /ˈbʌŋɡələʊ $ -loʊ/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 bungalow.jpg British EnglishTBBHOME a house that is all on ground level2 American EnglishTBBHOME a small house that is often on one level
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bungalowBungalow refusal: Plans to build three bungalows at Village Farm, Trimdon, have been refused.A settlement of flats and bungalows house about 20 senior citizens, with a resident warden.Other rooms and bungalows range up to $ 3,000 a night.More than 600 people were evacuated from their homes in Norfolk and eight bungalows collapsed after the sea washed away their foundations.Through the bedroom window, Converse could see Mr Roche hosing down the lawn behind his bungalow.He and his wife lived in a modern bungalow on the outskirts of the city.As she nears Greg's father's bungalow, she sees the blue transit drive away.Koju drove implacably on until we reached our destination Baabara, a cluster of old stone bungalows.
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