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American English: /piˌjeɪdəˈtɛr/
British English: /ˌpjeɪdɑːˈtɛː/

Translation of pied-à-terre in Spanish:


  • (apartamento o casa en la ciudad que se tiene como segunda residencia)
    Example sentences
    • Standing in the garden of the owner's cottage, the small annexe to the Cottage offers a very attractive and well appointed pied-à-terre for a couple wishing to explore this unspoilt part of Southern England.
    • It's a commercial buy-to-let and a pied-à-terre designed to appeal to the corporate traveller.
    • Until then, successful entrepreneurs will prefer a rain-soaked pied-à-terre in Brussels to that sunny villa in Aix.
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