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coach house

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcoach houseˈcoach house noun [countable] British English  a building, similar to a garage, used in the past in Britain for storing a carriage which was pulled by horses
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coach houseThe garage was part of the stable block and had been made out of the old coach house.The second time she disappeared, we found her sleeping in the coach house in her backyard.She came into the cobbled yard in front of the coach house walking carefully in her high-heeled sandals on the uneven ground.The coach house has been converted at a reasonable sum drawn from the annual budget.
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