attic

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations'attic', 'Attic': /ˈætɪk/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈætɪk/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(atik)


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attic

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [hot, dark, damp, dusty, dirty, stuffy] attic
  2. turn the attic into [a room, an apartment]
  3. has [a room] in the attic
  4. is [stored, hidden, kept] in the attic
  5. store [family heirlooms, photo albums, trunks, junk] in the attic
  6. need to [clean out, tidy, organize] the attic
  7. use the attic for storage
  8. a [dark, musty, damp, cold] attic
  9. a [finished, unfinished] attic
  10. [Rats, Squirrels] are living in the attic.
  11. [have, need] to go up to the attic
  12. the attic over the [house, garage]
  13. is living in his parents' attic
n as adj
  1. is on the attic level
  2. live in an attic [room, apartment]
  3. an attic [bedroom, studio]
  4. a [small, refurbished, renovated, damp] attic room
  5. is in the attic storage
  6. need [new, to replace the] attic insulation
  7. the attic space is filled with
adj
  1. Attic Greek (dialect)
  2. Attic [tragedy, comedy, drama]
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