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dak bungalow

Line breaks: dak bun¦ga|low
Pronunciation: /dɑːk
 
, dɔːk/

Definition of dak bungalow in English:

noun

A travellers' rest house in the Indian subcontinent, originally on a dak route.
Example sentences
  • Lemons, oranges, peaches, tamarinds, bananas and a cinnamon grow around the dak bungalow.
  • The KMVN rest house is the only habitation around, apart from a forest dak bungalow further up the hill.
  • Old dak bungalows and resthouses are other places on which he will focus a highly trained eye.

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