English version

safe house

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsafe houseˌsafe ˈhouse noun [countable]  DHHSAFEa house where someone can hide and be protected. Safe houses are used especially by criminals hiding from the police, or by people who are being protected by the police.
Examples from the Corpus
safe houseShe was placed in a safe house but later returned to the coven of her own free will.It was a safe house in a bad area at a bad time.It was logical really that I should be brought from my anonymous safe house to the Hezbollah's Hay Madi barracks.And the finest safe house on the road back to Ireland.We returned to the safe house for dinner with most of our theories shattered.
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