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chalet

USAGE NOTE
The plural of "chalet" is "chalets." This word may also be spelled “chalé.”
chalet(
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A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
1. (general)
a. house
El chalet tiene un gran jardín donde juegan los niños.The house has a big yard where the children play.
b. detached house
Viven en un chalet aislado a un kilómetro del pueblo.They live in an isolated detached house a kilometer from the village..
c. cottage
En las vacaciones, iremos a descansar unos días a nuestro chalet.We're going to spend a few days relaxing at our cottage over vacation.
d. chalet (in the mountains)
Cuando fuimos a esquiar, nos quedamos en un chalet.When we went skiing, we stayed in a chalet.
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chalet
chalet [tʃaˈle]
chalets (plural) [tʃaˈles]
1 (casa con jardín) (independiente) detached house; (en hilera) terraced house; [de campo] villa; cottage; [de una sola planta] bungalow; [de montaña] chalet
chalet adosado terraced house
chalet pareado semi-detached house; duplex; (EEUU)
2 (Dep) clubhouse
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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