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House of the People


      n      another name for       Lok Sabha  
Diccionario de inglés definición  
      n   pl   , houses  
a    a building used as a home; dwelling  
b    (as modifier)  
house dog     
2    the people present in a house, esp. its usual occupants  
a    a building used for some specific purpose  
b    (in combination)  
a schoolhouse     
4    often cap   a family line including ancestors and relatives, esp. a noble one  
the House of York     
a    a commercial company; firm  
a publishing house     
b    (as modifier)  
house style, a house journal     
6    an official deliberative or legislative body, such as one chamber of a bicameral legislature  
7    a quorum in such a body (esp. in the phrase make a house)  
8    a dwelling for a religious community  
9      (Astrology)   any of the 12 divisions of the zodiac  
   See also       planet       3  
a    any of several divisions, esp. residential, of a large school  
b    (as modifier)  
house spirit     
a    a hotel, restaurant, bar, inn, club, etc., or the management of such an establishment  
b    (as modifier)  
house rules     
c    (in combination)  
12    modifier   (of wine) sold unnamed by a restaurant, at a lower price than wines specified on the wine list  
the house red     
13    the audience in a theatre or cinema  
14       an informal word for       brothel  
15    a hall in which an official deliberative or legislative body meets  
16       See       full house  
17      (Curling)   the 12-foot target circle around the tee  
18      (Nautical)   any structure or shelter on the weather deck of a vessel  
19    bring the house down     (Theatre)   to win great applause  
20    house and home      an emphatic form of       home  
21    keep open house   to be always ready to provide hospitality  
22    like a house on fire  
Informal   very well, quickly, or intensely  
23    on the house   (usually of drinks) paid for by the management of the hotel, bar, etc.  
24    put one's house in order   to settle or organize one's affairs  
25    safe as houses     (Brit)   very secure  
26    tr   to provide with or serve as accommodation  
27    to give or receive shelter or lodging  
28    tr   to contain or cover, esp. in order to protect  
29    tr   to fit (a piece of wood) into a mortise, joint, etc.  
30    tr     (Nautical)  
a    to secure or stow  
b    to secure (a topmast)  
c    to secure and stow (an anchor)  
     (Old English hus; related to Old High German hus, Gothic gudhus temple, Old Norse hus house)  
  houseless      adj  

accepting house  
      n   a financial institution that guarantees a bill of exchange, as a result of which it can be discounted on more favourable terms  
Acid House   , Acid  
      n   a type of funk-based electronically edited disco music of the late 1980s, which has hypnotic sound effects and is associated with hippy culture and the use of the drug ecstasy  
     (C20: perhaps from acid (LSD) + House (music))  
Admiralty House  
      n   the official residence of the Governor General of Australia, in Sydney  
Althorp House  
      n   a mansion in Northamptonshire: seat of the Earls Spencer since 1508; originally a medieval house; altered (1787) to its present neoclassical style by Henry Holland. Diana, Princess of Wales is buried on Round Oval Island in the centre of the ornamental lake in Althorp Park  
art house  
1    a cinema which specializes in showing films which are not part of the commercial mainstream  
a    of or relating to such films or a cinema which specializes in showing them  
b    (as modifier)  
the surprise art-house hit of the season     
beehive house  
      n   a prehistoric circular building found in various parts of Europe, usually of stone and having a dome-shaped roof  
boarding house  
1    a private house in which accommodation and meals are provided for paying guests  
2      (Austral)   a house for boarders at a school  
   See also       house       10  
bottom house  
      n     (Caribbean)  
1    the open space beneath a house built upon high pillars  
2    such a space partially enclosed and floored for use as servants' quarters  
broiler house  
      n   a building in which broiler chickens are reared in confined conditions  
Burghley House  
      n   an Elizabethan mansion near Stamford in Lincolnshire: seat of the Cecil family; site of the annual Burghley Horse Trials  
bush house  
      n     (Chiefly Austral)   a shed or hut in the bush or a garden  
charnel house  
      n   (esp. formerly) a building or vault where corpses or bones are deposited  
Chatsworth House  
      n   a mansion near Bakewell in Derbyshire: seat of the Dukes of Devonshire; built (1687--1707) in the classical style  
chattel house  
      n   (esp. in Barbados) a movable wooden dwelling, usually set on a foundation of loose stones on rented land  
clearing house  
1      (Banking)   an institution where cheques and other commercial papers drawn on member banks are cancelled against each other so that only net balances are payable  
2    a central agency for the collection and distribution of information or materials  
coach house  
1    a building in which a coach is kept  
2      (Also called)    coaching house, coaching inn     (History)   an inn along a coaching route at which horses were changed  
coffee house  
      n   a place where coffee is served, esp. one that was a fashionable meeting place in 18th-century London  
Committee of the Whole House  
      n   (in Britain) an informal sitting of the House of Commons to discuss and amend a bill  
counting house  
Rare     (chiefly Brit)   a room or building used by the accountants of a business  
country house  
      n   a large house in the country, esp. a mansion belonging to a wealthy family  
custom house   , customs house  
      n   a government office, esp. at a port, where customs are collected and ships cleared for entry  
discount house  
1      (Chiefly Brit)   a financial organization engaged in discounting bills of exchange, etc. on a large scale primarily by borrowing call money from commercial banks  
2      (Chiefly U.S.)      another name for       discount store  
disorderly house  
      n     (Law)   an establishment in which unruly behaviour habitually occurs, esp. a brothel or a gaming house  
dower house  
      n   a house set apart for the use of a widow, often on her deceased husband's estate  
duplex house  
      n     (U.S. and Canadian)   a house divided into two separate dwellings,   (Also called (U.S.))    semidetached  
fashion house  
      n   an establishment in which fashionable clothes are designed, made, and sold  
forcing house  
      n   a place where growth or maturity (as of fruit, animals, etc.) is artificially hastened  
frame house  
      n   a house that has a timber framework and cladding  
free house  
      n     (Brit)   a public house not bound to sell only one brewer's products  
front of house  
      n   the areas of a theatre, opera house, etc., used by the audience  
full house  
1      (Poker)   a hand with three cards of the same value and another pair  
2    a theatre, etc., filled to capacity  
3    (in bingo, etc.) the set of numbers needed to win  
halfway house  
1    a place to rest midway on a journey  
2    the halfway point in any progression  
3    a centre or hostel designed to facilitate the readjustment to private life of released prisoners, mental patients, etc.  
4      (Brit)   a compromise  
a halfway house between fixed and floating exchange rates     
Harewood House  
      n   a mansion near Harrogate in Yorkshire: built 1759--71 by John Carr for the Lascelles family; interior decoration by Robert Adam  
hash house  
      n     (U.S.)  
slang   a cheap café or restaurant  
1       See       House of Commons  
2      (Brit)  
informal   the Stock Exchange  
house agent  
      n     (Brit)      another name for       estate agent  
house arrest  
      n   confinement to one's own home  
      adj      another word for       house-trained  
      n   skill in domestic management  
house factor  
      n      a Scot. term for       estate agent  
house group   , church  
      n   a group of Christians who regularly meet to worship, study the Bible, etc. in someone's house  
house guest  
      n   a guest at a house, esp. one who stays for a comparatively long time  
house lights  
      pl n   the lights in the auditorium of a theatre, cinema, etc.  
house martin  
      n   a Eurasian swallow, Delichon urbica, with a slightly forked tail and a white and bluish-black plumage  
house moth  
      n   either of two species of micro moth, esp. the brown house moth (Hofmannophila pseudospretella) which, although it usually inhabits birds' nests, sometimes enters houses where its larvae can be very destructive of stored fabrics and foodstuffs  
house mouse  
      n   any of various greyish mice of the Old World genus Mus, esp. M. musculus, a common household pest in most parts of the world: family Muridae  
House music   , House  
      n   a type of disco music of the late 1980s, based on funk, with fragments of other recordings edited in electronically  
House of Assembly  
      n   a legislative assembly or the lower chamber of such an assembly, esp. in various British colonies and countries of the Commonwealth  
house of cards  
1    a tiered structure created by balancing playing cards on their edges  
2    an unstable situation, plan, etc.  
House of Commons  
      n   (in Britain, Canada, etc.) the lower chamber of Parliament  
house of correction  
      n   (formerly) a place of confinement for persons convicted of minor offences  
house of God  
      n   a church, temple, or chapel  
house of ill repute   , ill fame  
      n      a euphemistic name for       brothel  
House of Keys  
      n   the lower chamber of the legislature of the Isle of Man  
House of Lords  
      n   (in Britain) the upper chamber of Parliament, composed of the peers of the realm  
House of Representatives  
1    (in the U.S.) the lower chamber of Congress  
2    (in Australia) the lower chamber of Parliament  
3    the sole chamber of New Zealand's Parliament: formerly the lower chamber  
4    (in the U.S.) the lower chamber in many state legislatures  
House of the People  
      n      another name for       Lok Sabha  
house organ  
      n   a periodical published by an organization for its employees or clients  
house party  
1    a party, usually in a country house, at which guests are invited to stay for several days  
2    the guests who are invited  
house physician   , doctor  
      n   a physician who lives in a hospital or other institution where he is employed  
   Compare       resident       7  
house plant  
      n   a plant that can be grown indoors  
      adj   proud of the appearance, cleanliness, etc., of one's house, sometimes excessively so  
house sparrow  
      n   a small Eurasian weaverbird, Passer domesticus, now established in North America and Australia. It has a brown streaked plumage with grey underparts,   (Also called (U.S.))    English sparrow  
house spider  
      n   any largish dark spider of the genus Tegenaria that is common in houses, such as the cardinal spider  
house style  
      n   a set of rules concerning spellings, typography, etc., observed by editorial and printing staff in a particular publishing or printing company  
      vb   tr     (Brit)   to train (pets) to urinate and defecate outside the house or in a special place  
  house-trained      adj  
House Un-American Activities Committee  
      n   the former name of the Internal Security Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives: notorious for its anti-Communist investigations in the late 1940s and 1950s.  
a    a party given after moving into a new home  
b    (as modifier)  
a house-warming party     
ice house  
      n   a building for storing ice  
      adv   within an organization or group  
an in-house job, the job was done in-house     
issuing house  
      n     (Brit)   a financial institution that engages in finding capital for established companies or for private firms wishing to convert to public companies, by issuing shares on their behalf  
joss house  
      n   a Chinese temple or shrine where an idol or idols are worshipped  
Kenwood House  
      n   a 17th century mansion on Hampstead Heath in London: remodelled and decorated by Robert Adam: contains the Iveagh bequest, a noted art collection  
Knebworth House  
      n   a Tudor mansion in Knebworth in Hertfordshire: home of Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton; decorated (1843) in the Gothic style  
lodging house  
      n   a private home providing accommodation and meals for lodgers  
long house  
1    a long communal dwelling of the Iroquois and other North American Indian peoples. It often served as a council house as well  
2    a long dwelling found in other parts of the world, such as Borneo  
Longleat House  
      n   an Elizabethan mansion near Warminster in Wiltshire, built (from 1568) by Robert Smythson for Sir John Thynne; the grounds, landscaped by Capability Brown, now contain a famous safari park  
lower house  
      n   one of the two houses of a bicameral legislature: usually the larger and more representative house,   (Also called)    lower chamber      Compare       upper house  
manor house  
      n   (esp. formerly) the house of the lord of a manor  
Mansion House  
1    the residence of the Lord Mayor of London  
2    the residence of the Lord Mayor of Dublin  
meeting house  
1    the place in which certain religious groups, esp. Quakers, hold their meetings for worship  
2      (Also called)    wharepuni     (N.Z.)   a large Maori tribal hall  
node house  
      n   a prefabricated shelter used by welders during the construction of an oil rig  
open house  
1       a U.S. and Canadian name for       at-home       open day  
2    keep open house   to be always ready to provide hospitality  
3      (U.S. and N.Z.)   a house available for inspection by prospective buyers  
opera house  
      n   a theatre designed for opera  
Osborne House  
      n   a house near Cowes on the Isle of Wight: the favourite residence of Queen Victoria, who died there; now a convalescent home  
Petworth House  
      n   a mansion in Petworth in Sussex: rebuilt (1688--96) for Charles Seymour, 6th Duke of Somerset; gardens laid out by Capability Brown; subject of paintings by Turner  
picture house  
      n     (Chiefly Brit)      an old-fashioned name for       cinema       1a  
pilot house  
      n     (Nautical)   an enclosed structure on the bridge of a vessel from which it can be navigated; wheelhouse  
pole house  
      n     (N.Z.)   a timber house built on a steep section and supported by heavy debarked logs in long piles  
post house  
      n   (formerly) a house or inn where horses were kept for postriders or for hire to travellers  
public house  
1      (Brit)      the formal name for       pub  
2      (U.S. and Canadian)   an inn, tavern, or small hotel  
Queen's House  
      n   the. a Palladian mansion in Greenwich, London: designed (1616--35) by Inigo Jones; now part of the National Maritime Museum; restored 1984--90  
rooming house  
      n     (U.S. and Canadian)   a house having self-contained furnished rooms or flats for renting  
row house  
      n      a U.S. and Canadian term for       terraced house  
Russborough House  
      n   a mansion near Blessington in Co. Wicklow, Republic of Ireland: built by Richard Castle and Francis Bindon for the 1st Earl of Miltown from 1740  
safe house  
      n   a place used secretly by undercover agents, terrorists, etc., as a meeting place or refuge  
show house  
      n   a house on a new estate that is decorated and furnished for prospective buyers to view  
software house  
      n   a commercial organization that specializes in the production of computer software packages  
Somerset House  
      n   a building in London, in the Strand, built (1776--86) by Sir William Chambers; formerly housed the General Register Office of births, marriages, and deaths: contains (from 1990) the art collections of the Courtauld Institute  
sporting house  
1      (U.S.)  
rare      a euphemistic word for       brothel  
2    Archaic   a tavern or inn frequented by gamblers or other sportsmen  
state house  
      n     (N.Z.)   a house built by the government for renting  
station house  
      n     (Chiefly U.S)   a house that is situated by or serves as a station, esp. as a police or fire station  
storey house  
      n   (in W Africa) a house having more than one storey  
Syon House  
      n   a mansion near Brentford in London: originally a monastery, rebuilt in the 16th century, altered by Inigo Jones in the 17th century, and by Robert Adam in the 18th century; seat of the Dukes of Northumberland; gardens laid out by Capability Brown  
terraced house  
      n     (Brit)   a house that is part of a terrace,   (U.S. and Canadian names)    row house, town house  
  terraced housing      n  
third house  
      n     (U.S)   a political lobby for a special interest  
town house  
1    a terraced house in an urban area, esp. a fashionable one, often having the main living room on the first floor with an integral garage on the ground floor  
2    a person's town residence as distinct from his country residence  
3       another name (now chiefly Scot.) for       town hall  
4       a U.S. and Canadian name for       terraced house  
Trinity House  
      n   an association that provides lighthouses, buoys, etc., around the British coast  
upper house  
      n   often caps   one of the two houses of a bicameral legislature,   (Also called)    upper chamber      Compare       lower house  
wash house  
      n   (formerly) a building or outbuilding in which laundry was done  
weather house  
      n   a model house with two human figures, one that comes out to foretell bad weather and the other to foretell good weather  
Wendy house  
      n   a small model house that children can enter and play in  
     (C20: named after the house built for Wendy, the girl in J. M. Barrie's play Peter Pan (1904))  
White House  
1    the official Washington residence of the president of the U.S.  
2    the U.S. presidency  
Wilton House  
      n   a mansion in Wilton in Wiltshire: built for the 1st Earl of Pembroke in the 16th century; rebuilt after a fire in 1647 by Inigo Jones and John Webb; altered in the 19th century by James Wyatt; landscaped grounds include a famous Palladian bridge  

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1    abode, building, domicile, dwelling, edifice, habitation, home, homestead, pad     (slang)   residence  
2    family, household, ménage  
3    ancestry, clan, dynasty, family tree, kindred, line, lineage, race, tribe  
4    business, company, concern, establishment, firm, organization, outfit     (informal)   partnership  
5    assembly, Commons, legislative body, parliament  
6    hotel, inn, public house, tavern  
7    on the house      for nothing, free, gratis, without expense  
8    accommodate, billet, board, domicile, harbour, lodge, put up, quarter, take in  
9    contain, cover, keep, protect, sheathe, shelter, store  

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International House Of Pancakes
(Latin for "God wills it") was the cry of the people at the declaration of the First Crusade by Pope Urban II at the Council of Clermont in 1095.
The phrase appears variously as Deus vult (Classical Latin), Dieu le veut (French), Deus lo vult or Deus lo volt (catalan), etc.
"It's a list of all the people and things I hate so much I want to hit them in the face with a shovel." Concept coming from the Marian Keyes novel, The Mystery of Mercy Close (2012).
Slang; used as written abbreviation
characteristic of awesome people or things
one who solves people's problems
face that people are showing during orgasm
prejudice or discrimination against people who are fat
snubbing people by using one's mobile phone
[Neologism] portmanteau word : phone + snubbing
act of covering an object, such as a tree, house, or another structure with toilet paper
Syn.: TP'ing
person who assists elderly people in their daily life
when you are happy, people will want to be around you and share your happiness, but when you are sad, people will avoid you.
to lie lazily (in the sun): lizards bask on rocks, people bask on beaches. Also fig: to bask in someone's reflected glory; to bask in media attention.
classical African concept, humanist phylosophy focusing on people`s interrelations. It is originary from Bantu languages.
"I am what I am because of who we all are" , "Live consciuosly" are sayings belonging to this phylosophy
rules concerning what people are owed to or allowed of, according to ethical principles of freedom and applied in society
meet people on a chat on Internet or via e-mail or social networks. meet virtually and not physically
Y generation ; young people becoming adult in the beginning of the 21st century
expression used to describe an attempt to organize a difficult or unpredictable situation; trying to coordinate a group of people who tend to act chaotically
[Bus.] E.g: Some say that managing a team is herding cats.
using a lot of people (Internet users mostly) to contribute to a collective work. For example Wikipedia uses crowdsourcing
ideas, matters that people are currently most interested in
if people live in each other's pocket, they spend a lot of time together
The actual say is: "You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar" This means that it is easier to persuade people if you use polite arguments and flattery than if you are confrontational.
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