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house / room / CL: 間|间, 個|个
house / building / CL: ,
Nagoya, city in Japan
Xinwu or Hsinwu township in Taoyuan county 桃園縣|桃园县, north Taiwan
roof / CL: 個|个
house / room / CL: 間|间
home / family (Cantonese) / Mandarin equivalent:
haunted house
Touwu township in Miaoli county 苗栗縣|苗栗县, northwest Taiwan
coffee house / café / CL:
a building / the frame of a building / roof beam / truss
eaves / roof (i.e. home)
lit. multiple roof / building of several stories
Xinwu or Hsinwu township in Taoyuan county 桃園縣|桃园县, north Taiwan
lit. house made of gold / fig. luxurious residence
Touwu township in Miaoli county 苗栗縣|苗栗县, northwest Taiwan
(literary) house / building
terraced house
izakaya (a kind of traditional Japanese pub)
roof ridge
thatched cottage
outside the room
thatched hut
central room of a traditional Chinese house
a golden house to keep one's mistress (idiom); a magnificent house built for a beloved woman
cabin / lodge / cottage / chalet / hut / shed
house built with cheap, unreliable concrete which contains a high quantity of sea sand
housing agent / real estate agent
squatter shacks
lit. love the house and its crow (idiom); involvement with sb and everyone connected / Love me, love my dog.
room tiles
lit. in books are sumptuous houses and graceful ladies (proverb) / fig. be diligent in your studies, success and glory will follow
HDB flats / public apartment flats (in Singapore and Malaysia)
prefabricated building / prefab / mobile home / caravan / trailer
magnificent residence / splendid house
subprime mortgage crisis
thatch roof
when it rains, it pours (idiom)
the roof of the world / usually refers to Tibet or Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau 青藏高原
building society (finance)
when it rains, it pours (idiom)
to lie looking at the ceiling (in despair)
roommate / CL: 個|个
humble dwelling
Nagoya, city in Japan (old spelling)
to sack the home and lead off the cattle (proverb) / to strip of everything
to stare at the ceiling in despair / to find no way out / nothing you can do about it / at the end of one's wits
lit. to stare at the ceiling while writing a book (idiom); to put one's whole body and soul into a book
magnificent building reduced to a mound of rubble (idiom); fig. all one's plans in ruins
lit. earthen steps and a small cottage / frugal living conditions (idiom)

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