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In dictionary for phrase home was found total 14 words.

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home doma
home domácí adj:
home domácnost n:
home domov
home domovina
home domů
home dům
home rodina n:
home rodný adj:
home vlastní dům
home domov Med.
home domů Med.
Home Dům GB
Home Dům


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home. Domov .


HomeSee Homelyn.
HomeOne's own dwelling place; the house in which one lives; esp., the house in which one lives with his family; the habitual abode of one's family; also, one's birthplace.
HomeOne's native land; the place or country in which one dwells; the place where one's ancestors dwell or dwelt.
HomeThe abiding place of the affections, especially of the domestic affections.
HomeThe locality where a thing is usually found, or was first found, or where it is naturally abundant; habitat; seat; as, the home of the pine.
HomeA place of refuge and rest; an asylum; as, a home for outcasts; a home for the blind; hence, esp., the grave; the final rest; also, the native and eternal dwelling place of the soul.
HomeThe home base; he started for home.
HomeOf or pertaining to one's dwelling or country; domestic; not foreign; as home manufactures; home comforts.
HomeClose; personal; pointed; as, a home thrust.
HomeTo one's home or country; as in the phrases, go home, come home, carry home.
HomeClose; closely.
HomeTo the place where it belongs; to the end of a course; to the full length; as, to drive a nail home; to ram a cartridge home.


interior, domestic, national, internal, location, base, habitation, domicile, dwelling house, abode, dwelling, house, household, menage, family, home plate, home base, plate, rest home, nursing home, place,
place, dwelling, domicile, abode, habitation, dwelling house, home plate, home base, plate, base, family, household, house, menage, nursing home, rest home, bag, beginning, environment, housing, institution, living accommodations, location, lodging, origin, residence, root, rootage, social unit, source, unit,


Nothing antonyms found for term: home

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n., adj., adv., & v. --n. 1 a the place where one lives; the fixed residence of a family or household. b a dwelling-house. 2 the members of a family collectively; one's family background (comes from a good home). 3 the native land of a person or of a person's ancestors. 4 an institution for persons needing care, rest, or refuge (nursing home). 5 the place where a thing originates or is native or most common. 6 a the finishing-point in a race. b (in games) the place where one is free from attack; the goal. c Lacrosse a player in an attacking position near the opponents' goal. 7 Sport a home match or win. --attrib.adj. 1 a of or connected with one's home. b carried on, done, or made, at home. c proceeding from home. 2 a carried on or produced in one's own country (home industries; the home market). b dealing with the domestic affairs of a country. 3 Sport played on one's own ground etc. (home match; home win). 4 in the neighbourhood of home. --adv. 1 a to one's home or country (go home). b arrived at home (is he home yet?). c US at home (stay home). 2 a to the point aimed at (the thrust went home). b as far as possible (drove the nail home; pressed his advantage home). --v. 1 intr. (esp. of a trained pigeon) return home (cf. HOMING 1). 2 intr. (often foll. by on, in on) (of a vessel, missile, etc.) be guided towards a destination or target by a landmark, radio beam, etc. 3 tr. send or guide homewards. 4 tr. provide with a home. øat home 1 in one's own house or native land. 2 at ease as if in one's own home (make yourself at home). 3 (usu. foll. by in, on, with) familiar or well informed. 4 available to callers. at-home n. a social reception in a person's home. come home to become fully realized by. come home to roost see ROOST(1). home and dry having achieved one's purpose. home away from home = home from home. home-bird a person who likes to stay at home. home-brew beer or other alcoholic drink brewed at home. home-brewed (of beer etc.) brewed at home. home-coming arrival at home. Home Counties the counties closest to London. home economics the study of household management. home farm Brit. a farm (one of several on an estate) set aside to provide produce for the owner. home-felt felt intimately. home from home a place other than one's home where one feels at home; a place providing homelike amenities. home-grown grown or produced at home. Home Guard hist. 1 the British citizen army organized in 1940 to defend the UK against invasion, and disbanded in 1957. 2 a member of this. home help Brit. a woman employed to help in a person's home, esp. one provided by a local authority. home, James! joc. drive home quickly! home-made made at home. home-making creation of a (pleasant) home. home movie a film made at home or of one's own activities. Home Office 1 the British government department dealing with law and order, immigration, etc., in England and Wales. 2 the building used for this. home of lost causes Oxford University. home-owner a person who owns his or her own home. home perm a permanent wave made with domestic equipment. home plate Baseball a plate beside which the batter stands. home port the port from which a ship originates. home rule the government of a country or region by its own citizens. home run Baseball a hit that allows the batter to make a complete circuit of the bases. Home Secretary (in the UK) the Secretary of State in charge of the Home Office. home signal a signal indicating whether a train may proceed into a station or to the next section of the line. home straight (US stretch) the concluding stretch of a racecourse. home town the town of one's birth or early life or present fixed residence. home trade trade carried on within a country. home truth basic but unwelcome information concerning oneself. home unit Austral. a private residence, usu. occupied by the owner, as one of several in a building. near home affecting one closely. øøhomelike adj. [OE ham f. Gmc],

Use in sentenses

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Home Truths about Immigration Nepříjemné pravdy o přistěhovalectví
Home grown trials enabled the local community to work out its grief by participating closely in the process . Domácí procesy umožnily místnímu společenství , aby se blízkou účastí vypořádalo se svým hořem
Homeland security is an international issue . Vnitřní bezpečnost je mezinárodní záležitostí
Homeowners , backed by rising house prices , are piling up debt . Majitelé domů povzbuzení stoupajícími cenami nemovitostí hromadí dluhy
Home equity insurance will clearly not solve all the problems of individual risk , but it will solve a very big one . Pojištění hodnoty bydlení pochopitelně nevyřeší všechny problémy rizika jednotlivců , nicméně bude řešením jednoho z významných problémů
Home values have soared to high levels in many countries as irrational exuberance grips the markets . Hodnoty domů se v mnoha zemích vyšplhaly na vysokou úroveň , neboť trhy ovládla iracionální bujarost
Homeowners around the world effectively gamble on home prices . Majitelé domů po celém světě na ceny nemovitostí v podstatě sázejí
Home Sweet Second Home Domov , sladký druhý domov
Homes are the most local of investments , rooted to a particular place like a tree , and thus thriving or withering in response to local economic conditions . Domy jsou nejlokálnější z investic , zakořeněné v určitém místě jako strom , a proto vzkvétají nebo chřadnou v reakci na lokální hospodářské poměry
Home prices in these cities are high as well as volatile . Ceny domů v těchto městech jsou vysoké a zároveň nestálé
Homes and livelihoods have been destroyed . Lidé přišli o domovy a živobytí

Merrian-Webster dictionary

Term Word class Description
home adjectiveoperating or occurring in a home area
home nounthe objective in various games; especially : HOME PLATE
home adverbto a vital sensitive core
home verbto proceed or direct attention toward an objective

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