[ UK /kˈæbɪn/ ]
[ US /ˈkæbən/ ]
[ US /ˈkæbən/ ]
- the enclosed compartment of an aircraft or spacecraft where passengers are carried
- a small house built of wood; usually in a wooded area
- small room on a ship or boat where people sleep
- confine to a small space, such as a cabin
How To Use cabin In A Sentence
- In the forecabins, the head and shower is located forward and has a large mirrored vanity with ample storage below.
- This is the principal faultline in today's cabinet. Times, Sunday Times
- Could the hearts of kings and the counsels of cabinets be known with that literal exactness which is so desirable in politics, and yet so unattainable, we should probably find that Prussia's apparent readiness to lead Germany was owing to her determination that German armies should be led nowhere to the assistance of Austria. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 39, January, 1861
- He made the declarations while responding to reporters' questions on the bilateral debt forgiveness agreement during yesterday's post-Cabinet news conference at Whitehall.
- Drawing an ultrasonic syringe from a cabinet in the wall, she slapped it against Kohlberg's arm and pressed.
- A log cabin, and, occasionally, a stable and corn-crib, and a field of a dozen acres, the timber girdled or "deadened," and fenced, are enough for his occupancy. The Frontier in American History
- After the counter is installed on top of the cabinet, the wood strip is attached to the front edge of the counter using glue and small, air-driven brads.
- While the Cabinet has yet to make final decisions, ministers seemed set to approve a pay freeze.
- Maybe they should have a little log cabin, a hayride at Halloween, or Christmas scenery.
- The Chancellor of the Exchequer appears to have carried the Cabinet in his opposition to such a step.