A house that is not connected to any other building
a house that usually has only one storey (= level), sometimes with a smaller upper storey set in the roof and windows that come out from the roof:
the main house on a farm where the farmer lives
a boat that people use as their home, often kept in one place on a river or canal
a very large, expensive house
a type of building that people live in, usually staying in one place, but able to be moved using a vehicle or sometimes its own engine
A house that has one wall that is joined to another house.
one of a row of houses that are joined together
A building has a roof that is made of straw (= dried grass-like stems).
a room attached to a house that has windows all around it and a glass roof
a room under the floor of a building
a room or set of rooms that is below ground level in a building
the area of ground that you drive on to get from your house to the road
a new room or rooms that are added to a building
a row of bushes growing close together, often used to divide land into separate areas
an area of floor that joins two sets of stairs or that leads from the top of a set of stairs to rooms
an area of grass, especially near to a house or in a park, that is cut regularly to keep it short
an area outside a house with a solid floor but no roof, used in good weather for relaxing, eating, etc.:
an area of water smaller than a lake, often artificially made
a covered structure in front of the entrance to a building
a wooden cover on the outside of a window that prevents light or heat from going into a room or heat from leaving it: -a metal covering that protects the windows and entrance of a shop from thieves when it is closed
doors which slide together rather than swinging on hinges.