Definition of h & c in English:

h & c

Line breaks: h & c

abbreviation

British
Hot and cold (used in describing the water supply to a hotel bedroom or a room in a house): all rooms have h & c
More example sentences
  • All rooms have H & C, razor point, easy chairs, colour TV and tea and coffee-making facilities.
  • It has a stove, oven, sink with h & c water, refrigerator, charcoal & gas BBQ and bar.

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