UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciations'House': /ˈhaʊs/; 'house': noun: /ˈhaʊs/, verb: /ˈhaʊz/
US:USA pronuncation: IPAUSA pronuncation: IPA/n., adj. haʊs; v. haʊz/
US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(n., adj. hous; v. houz)
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Your house is the building where you live and which you own or rent.
She has moved to a smaller house.
You do not usually say ‘I am going to my house’ or ‘She was in her house’. You say ‘I am going home’ or ‘She was at home’.
Brody arrived home a little before five.
I'll finish the work at home.
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'house' also found in these entries:
a - accompany - after - also - approve - arrive - as if - beside - bring - burgle - can - confidant - cry - describe - dream - each - easy - evening - experience - film - front - fun - furniture - go - half - happen - have - have got - hire - home - homework - how - just - less - library - live - moment - opposite - or - out - place - pub - public house - receive - remain - remove - 's - sale - sleep - smell