Definition of auberge in English:

auberge

Syllabification: au·berge
Pronunciation: /ōˈberZH
 
/

noun

An inn in France or another French-speaking country.
More example sentences
  • These days, apparently ‘restored to look as it did in Van Gogh's day, the auberge serves superb French home cooking in a friendly, unpretentious atmosphere’.
  • We're far now from Nouakchott, the capital of Mauritania, a city of heat, dust and sand-coloured auberges
  • These days, Caron spends part of her time overseeing her auberge in Burgundy, some 100 km south of Paris.

Origin

French, from Provençal alberga 'lodging'.

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