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igloo
American English: /ˈɪɡlu/
British English: /ˈɪɡluː/

Translation of igloo in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • There could have been a set comprising of totems, carvings, teepees, long houses, or igloos.
    • One was a film about Eskimos building an igloo, which was pretty lousy, because there was a ponderous commentary which tried to tell you that Eskimos live in igloos.
    • Summer housing for many Inuit was a skin tent, while in the winter the igloo, or house made of snow, was common.

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