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inhabit
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
inhabit /in'hæbit/
  • ngoại động từ
    • ở, sống ở (nơi nào) ((nghĩa đen) & (nghĩa bóng))
Concise Dictionary
inhabits|inhabited|inhabitingɪn'hæbɪt
verb
+inhabit or live in
+be present in; be inside of

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
dwell in, reside in, live in, abide in, occupy, settle; locate in, populate, people; colonize:
This bird inhabits northern Africa. North America was inhabited by emigrants from Europe.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
[VN] to live in a particular place: some of the rare species that inhabit the area + The cottage had not been inhabited for a while. + The island used to be inhabited (= have people living here). + He reflected on what a strange world Stephen and Veronica inhabited.
WORD FAMILY
inhabit v.
habitable adj. (=/= uninhabitable)
uninhabited adj.
inhabitant n.
habitation n.


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