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pied-a-terre Explained

pied-a-terre at English irregular forms Of Explained:

(pl) pieds-a-terre

pied-a-terre at English => English (Longman) Of Explained:

n [C] a small apartment or house, often in the centre of a city or town, that is not your main home but which you own and stay in sometimes// --They kept a pied-a-terre in London for theatre evenings.//

pied-a-terre at English => English (Oxford Advanced Learners) Of Explained:

(plural pieds-a-terre apartment, usually in a town, that you do not live in as your main home but keep for use when necessary:
They live in Scotland but have a pied-a-terre in London.

pied-a-terre at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

n : lodging for occasional or secondary use; "they bought a
pied-a-terre in London"
[also: {pieds-a-terre} (pl)]

pied-à-terre at English (WD) Of Explained:



From Inter: etyl » fr pied-à-terre (literally “foot on ground”)


* Inter: IPA » /pjɛ‿də tɛɻ/


Inter: wikipedi » a
Inter: en-noun » head=pied-à-terre|pl=pieds-à-terre
  • smaller temporary or secondary lodging; a second home
    1. house in the city

      See also

      * love nest

    Category: Category:English terms spelled with À -



    * Inter: IPA » /pje‿ta tɛʁ/|lang=fr


    Inter: fr-noun » m|head={{l|fr|pied-Inter: l » fr|à-Inter: l » fr|terre|pl=pieds-à-terre|sort=pied a terre}}
  • pied-à-terre

  • Translation: el » pied-à-terre
    Translation: fr » pied-à-terre
    Translation: ko » pied-à-terre

    pied-a-terre at English (WD) Of Explained:



    Inter: en-noun » head=pied-a-terre|pl=pieds-a-terre
  • Inter: alternative spelling of » pied-à-terre

  • Translation: et » pied-a-terre