Translation of hut in Spanish:


cabaña, n.

Pronunciation /hət//hʌt/


  • 1

    cabaña feminine
    (of mud, straw) choza feminine
    mountain hut refugio de montaña masculine
    • In Bangladesh, a typical village house consists of several huts around a compound.
    • We live in cities, in towns, and in rural communities, in houses instead of huts and caves.
    • Corrugated huts house additional families in backyards and the shanty towns overflow with new arrivals.
    • Only later were they housed in flimsy huts where they continue to live today.
    • The building of shelters and huts encouraged man to live in villages and settlements, and this led to the growth of civilisations.
    • There are no streets, no houses, only huts where people cling to each other and cry.
    • None of the other huts and tree shelters caught fire and no other people were injured in the blaze, police said.
    • We walk away from the town and head towards the slopes past the harbour and towards beach huts.
    • She says more like 35,000 people were there in mud huts and make shift houses.
    • Inside is a comfortable spot that feels like a cross between a beach hut and a family cottage.
    • They were only able to get accommodation in beach huts at opposite ends of the island but met up every day.
    • However, it was not difficult to meet people simply by wandering through the bush and chancing upon scattered huts and houses.
    • That's all changed today said Michael with the introduction of huts and shelters to have tea breaks in.
    • Among the huts and mud brick buildings, more shelters are springing up.
    • He said another aspect to be improved was the provision of beach huts.
    • There are at least four such lanes between clusters of houses and huts.
    • The area consists of huts and tiny houses made of tin sheets, wood, blocks, and stones.
    • While on the summit the two men took shelter in a hut from a particularly vicious blast of wind and snow.
    • The man was killed in a fire that engulfed a row of beach huts in an eastern Thai resort popular among backpackers.
    • They were all moved to townships - shanty towns of wooden huts built away from any natural resources or shelter.
  • 2

    barracón masculine
  • 3

    casucha feminine