dacha

[ UK /dˈæt‍ʃɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈdɑtʃə/ ]
NOUN
  1. Russian country house
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How To Use dacha In A Sentence

  • All along the road from the airport to downtown people were planting potatoes and other staples at their dachas, their outlying summer homes.
  • The vanquished, if they are lucky, escape abroad or putter away their remaining years in dacha gardens. Challenge Match
  • For those who do not have recourse to a dacha in the relatively cooler sylvan pockets of the Moscow region, options for cooling off may seem few and far between.
  • Rich or poor, every Russian owns, or wants to own, a dacha, or cottage, usually in the woods, in which he or she can get away from it all.
  • The system at Dachau was simple, but deadly effective.
  • To see the new Russians in their element, you have to drive outside of Moscow to the exclusive residential areas where they have their dachas.
  • A man may boast of his home as his castle, but Russians are increasingly turning to building country homes and dachas that are plain, economical and rather small.
  • The scene of Yuri writing his poems in an ice-encrusted dacha with wolves and winds howling outside seems to sum up this land.
  • Meanwhile, for those who do not have recourse to a dacha in the relatively cooler sylvan pockets of the Moscow region, options for cooling off may seem few and far between.
  • Stephanie was passing through a room at the back of the dacha. CHAMELEON
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