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ˈhouse ˌmusic (also house) noun [uncountable]
house /haʊs/ noun (plural houses /ˈhaʊzəz, ˈhaʊzɪz/)
house /haʊz/ verb [transitive]

مجلس ، جا دادن ، محکم کردن ، سرای ، جایگاه ، خاندان ، برج ، اهل خانه ، اهل بیت ، جادادن ، منزل دادن ، پناه دادن ، منزل گزیدن ، خانه نشین شدن ، عمران: خانه ، قانون ـ فقه: خانه ، علوم نظامی: خانه
- home, abode, domicile, dwelling, habitation, homestead, pad (slang), residence
- family, household
- dynasty, clan, tribe
- firm, business, company, organization, outfit (informal)
- assembly, Commons, legislative body, parliament
- on the house: free, for nothing, gratis
- accommodate, billet, harbour, lodge, put up, quarter, take in
- contain, cover, keep, protect, sheathe, shelter, store
English Thesaurus: home, house, place, residence, holiday home, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. ˈhouse ˌmusic (also house) noun [uncountable]
a type of popular dance music

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. house1 S1 W1 /haʊs/ noun (plural houses /ˈhaʊzəz, ˈhaʊzɪz/)
[Language: Old English; Origin: hus]

1. WHERE SOMEONE LIVES [countable]
a) a building that someone lives in, especially one that has more than one level and is intended to be used by one family:
a four-bedroom house
in a house
every room in the house
at sb’s house
We met at Alison’s house.
Why don’t you all come over to our house for coffee?
move house British English (=leave your house and go to live in another one)
b) the house all the people who live in a house Synonym : household:
He gets up at six and disturbs the whole house.

a) opera/court/movie etc house a large public building used for a particular purpose
b) House British English used in the names of large buildings, especially offices:
the BBC television studios at Broadcasting House
c) hen house/coach house/storehouse etc a building used for a particular purpose

3. GOVERNMENT [countable] a group of people who make the laws of a country:
The president will address both houses of Congress.
the House of Commons/Lords/Representatives/Assembly
the speaker of the houseLower House, Upper House

4. COMPANY [countable] a company, especially one involved in a particular area of business:
America’s oldest publishing house
a small independent software house
an auction house
a famous Italian fashion house

5. THEATRE [countable]
a) the part of a theatre, cinema etc where people sit Antonym : backstage:
The show has been playing to full houses.
The house was half empty.
The house lights went down and the music started.
b) the people who have come to watch a performance Synonym : audience
full/packed/empty house (=a large or small audience)
The show has been playing to packed houses since it opened.

6. in house if you work in house, you work at the offices of a company or organization, not at home ⇒ in-house

7. put/set/get your (own) house in order used to say that someone should improve the way they behave before criticizing other people

8. bring the house down to make a lot of people laugh, especially when you are acting in a theatre

9. be on the house if drinks or meals are on the house, you do not have to pay for them because they are provided free by the owner of the bar, restaurant etc

10. house wine (also house red/white) ordinary wine that is provided by a restaurant to be drunk with meals:
A glass of house red, please.

11. get on/along like a house on fire British English informal to quickly have a very friendly relationship

12. set up house to start to live in a house, especially with another person:
The two of them set up house in Brighton.

13. keep house to regularly do all the cleaning, cooking etc in a house:
His daughter keeps house for him.

14. SCHOOL [countable] British English in some schools, one of the groups that children of different ages are divided into to compete against each other, for example in sports competitions

15. ROYAL FAMILY [countable] an important family, especially a royal family:
the House of Windsor

16. MUSIC [uncountable] house music

17. house of God/worship literary a church

18. this house formal used to mean the people who are voting in a formal debate when you are stating the proposal that is being discussed ⇒ DOLL’S HOUSE, ⇒ eat somebody out of house and home at eat(10), ⇒ open house, public house, ⇒ (as) safe as houses at safe1(5)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. house2 /haʊz/ verb [transitive]

1. to provide someone with a place to live
house in
The refugees are being housed in temporary accommodation.

2. if a building, place, or container houses something, it is kept there
house in
The collection is currently housed in the British Museum.
the plastic case that houses the batteries

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. building that is made for one family to live in
ADJ. beautiful, comfortable, delightful, elegant, fine, grand, handsome, lovely, luxurious, magnificent, posh, pretty, splendid | dream They built their own dream house overlooking the river.
depressing, dingy, gloomy, ugly | derelict, dilapidated, ramshackle, shabby, untidy | detached, semi-detached, terrace/terraced | big, enormous, gigantic, huge, large, palatial, spacious | rambling It was easy to get lost in the rambling house.
little, modest, small, tiny They lived in a modest semi-detached house in the suburbs.
single-storey, single-storeyed, two-storey, etc. | four-bedroom, four-bedroomed, eight-room, eight-roomed, etc. | gabled, half-timbered, red-brick, thatched | exclusive, expensive | private | council (= rented from the local council) | rented | empty, unoccupied, vacant | country, suburban, town | great, manor, mansion The great house stood on the edge of the village.
farm (also farmhouse), ranch | ancestral | communal | summer | tree | halfway, safe a halfway house for prisoners returning to society The police provided a safe house for the informer.
VERB + HOUSE live in, occupy a house occupied by students
share She shares a house with three other nurses.
buy, rent | sell | let (out) We let out our house when we moved to America.
repossess Their house was repossessed when they couldn't keep up their mortgage payments.
move, move into, move out of It's stressful moving house.
set up They want to set up house together
keep She kept house (= cooked, cleaned, etc.) for her elderly parents.
play (at) The children were playing house, giving dinner to their teddies.
build | demolish, knock down, tear down | maintain | decorate, do up, redecorate, refurbish, renovate They bought a dilapidated house when they got married, and are gradually doing it up.
furnish | insulate, rewire | extend We're hoping to extend the house.
HOUSE + VERB be situated, lie, stand The house stood a short distance from the wood.
face sth, overlook sth The house faces south, making the most of the sun. houses overlooking the park
loom The house loomed over him as he waited at the front door. | be worth sth | collapse, fall down | burn down, catch fire | come into view
HOUSE + NOUN agent | buyer, owner The bank offers attractive rates to first-time house buyers.
tenant | building, construction | decoration, improvement, renovation, repairs | builder, decorator, painter | contents | design, plan, planning | hunting | move They helped us with our house move.
prices, rents, values | purchase | sales | mortgage | insurance | repossession | front, interior | number | keys | guest | call In the morning, the doctor makes house calls.
arrest The former dictator is under house arrest in his country mansion.
dust | blaze, fire | party, -warming They've moved house and have invited us to their house-warming on Saturday.
husband He's happy being a house husband while his wife goes out to work.
plant | fly, mouse, sparrow, etc.
PREP. at sb's/the ~ I finally tracked him down at his house in London.
from ~ to ~ She went from house to house collecting signatures for her campaign.
in a/the ~ It was so hot outside we stayed in the house.
PHRASES house-to-house Police are making house-to-house enquiries following the discovery of the body.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. all the people who live in one house
ADJ. friendly, happy
VERB + HOUSE wake (up) You'll wake up the whole house with that noise.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. in a theatre/cinema
ADJ. empty | full, packed
VERB + HOUSE play to They played to a packed house.
HOUSE + NOUN lights | manager
PHRASES bring the house down (= please the audience very much), front-of-house (= the parts of a theatre used by the audience) the front-of-house staff

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. adequately At no time in the 19th century were the working classes adequately housed.
badly, inadequately The losers in this society are the old, the sick, the jobless, the homeless and badly housed.
temporarily The fish can be temporarily housed in a smaller aquarium.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


live in a house
They live in a really big house in Hampstead.
buy a house
We bought this house when Liam was just a baby.
rent a house
While he was working in London, Ken rented a house in Fulham.
sell a house
We decided to sell the house and move back to Seattle.
put your house on the market (=make it available for people to buy)
They put the house on the market and began looking for an apartment.
move into/out of a house
We’re moving into our new house next week.
build a house
They’re building a house on land overlooking Galway Bay.
put up a house (=build a house, especially when it seems very quick)
I think they’ve ruined the village by putting up these new houses.
renovate a house (=repair a house so that it is in good condition again)
He makes money by renovating old houses and selling them on.
decorate a house (=put paint or wallpaper on the inside walls of a house)
If we’re going to decorate the house, let’s get professionals in.
do up a house informal (=decorate it)
We’ve been doing up the house bit by bit since we first moved in.
a private house (=one owned by someone)
It was a residential neighborhood of private houses.
a rented house (=one owned by someone who rents it to people)
She shares a rented house with three other students.
a council house British English (=one owned by a local council that people can rent cheaply)
The rent rise is a blow to council house tenants.
a Georgian/Victorian/Edwardian etc house (=a house in Britain that was built during the reign of a particular king or queen )
They live in a lovely old Edwardian house with high ceilings.
house prices
House prices have tripled over the last ten years.
a house owner
All house owners must pay council tax.
a house purchase
A solicitor can help you with the legal aspects of a house purchase.
house hunting (=the activity of looking at houses that you might buy)
Have you had any success with your house hunting?

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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