patio
/ˈpætiˌoʊ/
noun
an outdoor area with paved floor belonging to a house used for sitting, relaxing or eating in
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patio furniture
/ˈpætioʊ ˈfɜːrnɪtʃər/
noun
a type of furniture specifically designed for outdoor use on patios, decks, or in gardens
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yard
/ˈjɑɹd/
noun
the land joined to our house where we can grow grass, flowers, and other plants
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hot tub
/hˈɑːt tˈʌb/
noun
a large container, often made of wood, that can be filled with hot water and is big enough to fit several people
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swimming pool
/swˈɪmɪŋ pˈuːl/
noun
a specially designed structure that holds water for people to swim in
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fire pit
/fˈaɪɚ pˈɪt/
noun
a structure or outdoor feature designed to contain an open fire, typically made of metal, stone, or brick, and used for warmth, cooking, or entertainment purposes
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trash can
/tɹˈæʃ kˈæn/
noun
a plastic or metal container with a lid, used for putting garbage in and usually kept outside the house
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clothes hoist
/kloʊðz hɔɪst/
noun
a device used for hanging and drying clothes outdoors, typically consisting of a pole or frame with lines or ropes for suspending clothing items
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grill
/ˈɡɹɪɫ/
noun
a flat metal structure used for cooking food over an open fire
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bird bath
/bˈɜːd bˈæθ/
noun
a shallow basin filled with water, placed outdoors to provide a drinking and bathing spot for birds
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Jacuzzi
/dʒəkˈuːzi/
noun
a large bath or pool equipped with a system that pumps hot water around, making it move in different directions and around one's body to provide a pleasant relaxing feeling
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tandoor
/tˈændoːɹ/
noun
a clay oven used in northern India and Pakistan
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brazier
/ˈbɹeɪziɝ/
noun
large metal container in which coal or charcoal is burned; warms people who must stay outside for long times
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weathervane
/wˈɛðɚvˌeɪn/
noun
a metal object attached to the top of a building in order to indicate the wind direction by turning towards or pointing its direction
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hammock
/ˈhæmək/
noun
a type of bed made of a net or a large piece of cloth tied between two posts, trees, etc. in a way that it remains suspended and gently swings
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parasol
/pˈæɹəsˌɑːl/
noun
a type of umbrella designed to provide shade from the sun
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satellite dish
/sˈæɾəlˌaɪt dˈɪʃ/
noun
a type of antenna used to receive signals from satellites orbiting the earth, typically for television or internet services
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mailbox
/ˈmeɪɫˌbɑks/
noun
a box outside the house were letters and packages are put
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barbecue grill
/bˈɑːɹbɪkjˌuː ɡɹˈɪl/
noun
a cooking device used for grilling food, typically consisting of a metal grate placed over an open flame or heat source
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backyard
/ˈbækˌjɑɹd/
noun
a small, enclosed area that is situated at the back of a house and is usually covered with a lawn or other vegetation
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front yard
/fɹˈʌnt jˈɑːɹd/
noun
the outdoor area located at the front of a residential property, typically between the house and the street, often used for landscaping, gardens, and providing an aesthetic appearance to the property
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front porch
/fɹˈʌnt pˈɔːɹtʃ/
noun
a covered area at the entrance of a house, typically extending from the front of the building and providing a space for relaxation or socializing
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porch
/ˈpɔɹtʃ/
noun
a structure with a roof and no walls at the entrance of a house
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deck
/ˈdɛk/
noun
a platform or floor that has a design that looks like a ship's deck
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fire extinguisher
/fˈaɪɚɹ ɛkstˈɪŋɡwɪʃɚ/
noun
a metal container of water, special gas, or foam used to stop a fire from burning
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veranda
/vɝˈændə/
noun
a roofed area with an open front at the ground level, which is attached to the side of a house
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balcony
/ˈbæɫkəni/
noun
a platform above the ground level and on the outside wall of a building that we can get into from the upper floor
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