dacha

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Russian да́ча ‎(dáča), from дать ‎(datʹ, to give)

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Noun[edit]

dacha ‎(plural dachas)

  1. A Russian villa or summer house in the countryside.
    • 2005, Los Angeles Times:
      The villages and holiday dacha settlements that hug the river reflect the divisions that have emerged here: Scattered amid the rundown houses of poor farmers and the modest weekend cottages of factory and office workers are the luxury getaways of those few who have made it big in the new world of “Wild East” capitalism.

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Noun[edit]

dacha f (plural dachas)

  1. dacha (a Russian villa, or summer house, in the countryside)

Spanish[edit]

Noun[edit]

dacha f ‎(plural dachas)

  1. dacha