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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} pansiyon

Geceyi şu pansiyonda geçirebiliriz. - We can spend the night in that hostel.

Bazıları, İspanyol Pansiyonu'nun pornografik bir film olduğunda ısrar ediyorlar. - Some insist that the Spanish hostel is a pornographic film.

{i} genç turistler için ucuz otel
{i} yurt
bisiklet turuna çıkan veya yürüyerek seyahat eden gençlerin kaldıkları han
öğrenci yurdu

Buraya yakın bir öğrenci yurdu var mı? - Is there a youth hostel near here?

{i} İng. öğrenci yurdu
öğrenci yurt
{i} han

Geceyi hangi pansiyonda geçirdiniz? - At which hostel did you spend the night?


Akşam karanlığında, yirmi dokuz kişilik bir grup o otele geldi. - At nightfall, a group of twenty-nine came into that hostelry.

hostel, inn, tavern, cheap hotel
hostel, han, lokali, ucuz otel
youth hostel
öğrenci yurdu

Buraya yakın bir öğrenci yurdu var mı? - Is there a youth hostel near here?

youth hostel
youth hostel
gençlik hosteli
youth hostel
yetiştirme yurtları
youth hostel
(Turizm) gençlik oberji
council hostel
(Politika, Siyaset) belediye yurdu
student hostel
(Eğitim) öğrenci konukevi
student hostel
öğrenci yurdu
youth hostel
gençlik yurdu

Burada gençlik yurdu var mı? - Is there a youth hostel here?

Biz onlarla gençlik yurdunda tanıştık. - We met them at the youth hostel.

youth hostel
gençlik yurdu (gençler için ucuz otel)
youth hostel
İngilizce - İngilizce
A temporary refuge for the homeless providing a bed and sometimes food (this definition is not used in the USA)
A budget-oriented overnight lodging place, with dormitory accommodation and shared facilities
Especially, short for youth hostel
A small, unendowed college in Oxford or Cambridge
a temporary refuge for the homeless providing a bed and sometimes food
An inn, a communal residence for students or others, simple temporary accommodation for hikers
An inexpensive accommodation, typically in dormitory style Usually used by younger travelers, as in "youth hostel "
A communal residence
A hostel is a large house where people can stay cheaply for a short period of time. Hostels are usually owned by local government authorities or charities. see also youth hostel
An inn
inexpensive supervised lodging (especially for youths on bicycling trips) a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers
inexpensive supervised lodging (especially for youths on bicycling trips)
An inexpensive lodging (usually a small inn) for students and other youth who are traveling on foot or bicycle, usually very inexpensive
A residential home intended to accommodate people during a transition or through a crisis during which residents are expected to develop or show greater independence than residents in most residential homes Hostels for young people were developed from the idea of the common lodging house around the beginning of the twentieth century to accommodate young people on probation or those leaving residential care to return to the community They were developed for people with mental health problems in the 1960s and for adults on probation in the 1970s
a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers
an inexpensive overnight lodging place
{i} guest house, inn, lodge; youth hostel; university residence where students live (British)
hostel for battered wives
place that provides a refuge for women beaten by their husbands
hostel for new immigrants
place where new immigrants live for a period of time after arriving in Israel
The practice of staying in youth hostels when on holiday, or travelling
youth hostel
a supervised, inexpensive lodging place, primarily for young people
{i} staying in hostels when travelling
plural of hostel
youth hostel
A youth hostel is a place where people can stay cheaply when they are travelling. A supervised, inexpensive lodging place for young travelers. a place where people, especially young people who are travelling, can stay very cheaply for a short time. Supervised shelter providing inexpensive overnight lodging, particularly for young people. Often located in scenic or historic areas, hostels range from simple farmhouses to hotels able to house several hundred people. Guests often cook their own meals, make their own beds, and do other chores; in return they receive lodging at much less than the usual commercial rate. Hostels place limits on the length of stay and formerly set a maximum-age limit for guests. The hosteling movement was founded by Richard Schirrmann, a German schoolteacher concerned about the health of young people breathing polluted air in industrial cities. Common in Germany in the early 1900s, youth hostels spread through Europe and other parts of the world after World War I, and an international organization was formed in 1932; currently known as Hostelling International and based in London, its membership includes national federations in more than 60 countries, comprising some 4,000 hostels. Some hostels still impose age limits
youth hostel
hotel-like establishment which provides affordable sleeping arrangements for groups of young people
youth hostel
inexpensive supervised lodging (especially for youths on bicycling trips)
Türkçe - İngilizce



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    youth hotel, youth hostel, inn, hotel


    /ˈhästəl/ /ˈhɑːstəl/


    [ 'häs-t&l ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Old English reinforced by Old French (h)ostel, from Late Latin hospitale (“hospice”), from Classical Latin hospitalis (“hospitable”) itself from hospes (“host”) + -alis (“-al”).

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