CET6+ TEM4 IELTS
- bungalow:  Etymologically, bungalow means simply ‘Bengali’. Banglā is the Hind word for ‘of Bengal’ (as in Bangladesh), and English borrowed it (probably in the Gujarati version bangalo) in the sense ‘house in the Bengal style’. Originally this signified any simple, lightly-built, usually temporary structure, which by definition had only one storey, but it is the one-storeyedness that has come to be the identifying characteristic.
- bungalow (n.)
- 1670s, from Gujarati bangalo, from Hindi bangla "low, thatched house," literally "Bengalese," used elliptically for "house in the Bengal style" (see Bengal). Related: Bungaloid.
- 1. He had lent the bungalow to the Conrads for a couple of weeks.
- 2. It was replica of the bungalow she had left.
- 3. A bungalow is / Bungalowsare a type of house.
- 4. It turned out that his " country cottage " was an enormous bungalow.
- 他的 “ 乡下房子 ” 原来是一座大平房.
- 5. A bungalow is a type of house.
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