Definition of beach hut in English:

beach hut

Syllabification: beach hut


A simple one-roomed structure on or next to a beach, used for privacy or shelter while visiting the beach during the day: along Southwold’s beachfront are the famous brightly colored beach huts
More example sentences
  • The historic harbour town, which has a pretty front dotted with decorative ships and beach huts, is renowned for its oyster festival.
  • A row of 60-or-so primary-coloured beach huts stretches beneath the eastern cliffs, not a single one of them occupied, most likely sealed by a weatherproof padlock until Easter comes round again.
  • Beach hut owners in Frinton have had to cover the cost of a rise in vandalism over the past year.

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