Meaning of COTTAGE in English

COTTAGE

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ humble , little , simple , small , tiny

▪ charming , cosy/cozy ( esp. AmE ), picturesque , quaint

▪ country , rural ( esp. BrE )

▪ derelict ( BrE )

▪ half-timbered ( esp. BrE ), stone , thatched , wooden

▪ rented

▪ farm ( esp. BrE ), tied ( BrE ) (= owned by a farmer and rented to a farm worker)

They lived in a tied ~ on the estate.

▪ holiday ( BrE ), summer , weekend ( esp. BrE )

▪ guest

They put us up in a guest ~ next to their house.

VERB + COTTAGE

▪ have , own

It was her dream to have a little ~ in the country

▪ live in , stay in

We stayed in a ~ on a farm.

▪ rent , take ( BrE )

We rented a ~ for a week.

▪ build

They built a small guest ~ on their land.

▪ let ( BrE )

▪ buy

▪ sell

COTTAGE + NOUN

▪ home

▪ garden

▪ industry

PREPOSITION

▪ in a/the ~

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