- n. 瑞士山中的牧人小屋；瑞士的农舍；小屋
- n. (Chalet)人名；(法)沙莱
1. from Latin casa "house".
- chalet (n.)
- 1782, from Swiss-French chalet "herdsman's hut, Alpine cottage," probably a diminutive of Old French chasel "farmhouse, house, abode, hut," perhaps from Vulgar Latin *casalis "belonging to a house," from Latin casa "house;" or from Old Provençal cala "small shelter for ships," from a pre-Latin language [Barnhart].
- 1. The chalet was kept ready and waiting for them at all times.
- 2. A typical high-season week in a chalet costs about £70.
- 3. We struggled through the deep snow back to the chalet.
- 4. The two-bedroom chalet is in good condition.
- 5. The company offers chalet holidays in Switzerland.
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