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CEFR C2 Vocabulary - Accommodation

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CEFR C2 Vocabulary
sublease
[noun]
the act of renting a property to a tenant by someone who is a tenant himself
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abode
[noun]
a place of residence
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conservatory
[noun]
a room with a roof and walls made of glass, often affixed to one side of a building, used for relaxing or growing plants in
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tenement
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a large building consisting of several apartments, particularly in a poor neighborhood
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deed
[noun]
a legal document that a person signs, particularly one proving the fact that they own a property
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quarters
[noun]
living accommodations, often within a larger building, used by individuals or groups, such as military personnel or employees
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dwelling
[noun]
a place for living in, such as a house, apartment, etc.
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homestead
[noun]
a house, especially a farmhouse, with the land and buildings surrounding it
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chateau
[noun]
a large country house or mansion, typically of French origin, often associated with luxury, grandeur, and historical significance
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domicile
[noun]
a place which is one's residence
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hearth
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a fireplace built into a wall where fires can be lit
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haven
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a place that provides safety, peace, and favorable living conditions for humans or animals
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habitation
[noun]
a place of residence, such as a house, apartment, or any other type of shelter
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hovel
[noun]
a small house that is in an extremely poor condition
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pied-a-terre
[noun]
a small secondary residence, typically located in a city or urban area, that is used as a temporary or occasional dwelling
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lodgings
[noun]
temporary accommodations, such as hotels, hostels, or rented rooms
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shanty
[noun]
a small, simple cottage often constructed from basic materials
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gazebo
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a small roofed building with open sides, usually in a garden
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lean-to
[noun]
a building of small size, such as a shed or garage, that shares a wall and roof with a building of larger size
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barracks
[noun]
a building or a set of buildings for soldiers to live in
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yurt
[noun]
a circular portable tent, particularly used in Siberia and Mongolia
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belvedere
[noun]
a small structure, gallery, or summerhouse that usually has an open side and provides an excellent view
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adobe house
[noun]
a type of traditional dwelling made from sun-dried bricks, commonly found in arid and warm regions
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cabana
[noun]
a hut, shelter, or cabin, usually at a swimming pool or beach
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ranch house
[noun]
a single-story residential dwelling with a long, low profile and an open floor plan
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infill
[noun]
the process of filling empty spaces in cities or neighborhoods within a built environment
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gentrification
[noun]
the process of renovating a neighborhood, typically resulting in the displacement of lower-income residents due to rising rent prices
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slumlord
[noun]
an owner of a house of land in a location where people are exceedingly poor and have really bad living conditions, who demands rents more than one can afford
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parlour
[noun]
a sitting room in a house reserved especially for entertaining guests
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