Noun(1) usually paved outdoor area adjoining a residence(2) a level shelf of land interrupting a declivity (with steep slopes above and below(3) a row of houses built in a similar style and having common dividing walls (or the street on which they face
Verb(1) provide (a house(2) make into terraces as for cultivation
(1) The roof terrace serves as an outdoor studio and also as a place for entertaining.(2) The Jenkins / Robson house is a remarkable addition to a fine Victorian terrace .(3) The restaurant is a building she hadn't noticed before, however, situated on a splendid Regency terrace within sight of the city's two cathedrals.(4) Then he came up with the idea to terrace the incline and place ascending pavers up the middle - and now those stone steps lead ever so easily to the front door.(5) In 1937, Goldfinger designed a terrace of three houses on Willow Road, facing Hampstead Heath.(6) The second of our rather regal offerings is a modern end terrace built by Harvest Homes about three years ago.(7) This house is on a residential terrace off Fairview Avenue, a short stroll from Fairview village with its local shops, restaurants and park.(8) Except for the lofts, each unit opens to a private terrace and the plant-filled courtyard at the rear.(9) modern furniture looks out of place in your Victorian terrace(10) My first house was a three-bedroom, end of terrace in Kenton, Harrow.(11) My first house was a red brick terrace in Folkestone, backing onto the main line railway.(12) All blocks benefit from the shading effect of a huge glass roof that rests gently and lightly on the various buildings above a panoramic terrace .(13) The house she shared with her parents was quite small, a comfortable looking terrace on a long street.(14) Priced between these two extremes is Jubilee Court at the heart of Cheltenham, which resembles at first sight a small terrace of Georgian houses.(15) A series of columns registers the space within the living room while others outside define a deck and an outdoor terrace .(16) This double-fronted property is located on a residential terrace off York Road, convenient to Monkstown and Dun Laoghaire.
(1) roof terrace :: 屋上のテラス
1. patio ::
2. bench ::
Different Formsterrace, terraced, terraces, terracing
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