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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdachadach‧a /ˈdætʃə $ ˈdɑː-/ noun [countable]  a large country house in Russia
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dachaShe looked wonderfully healthy and alert, as if she had just returned from a dacha.Many had the means to purchase a dacha in the countryside.Thoughts of failure preoccupied him on the drive out to his dacha.His dacha was home to him.His dacha was in the woods on the banks of the Moscova river.He never brought women to the dacha.On the station platform children in leopard spots yawn, and hardy babushkas struggle with loads for their winter dachas.
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