What is another word for pied-a-terre?
[ pˈa͡ɪdɐtˈɛr], [ pˈaɪdɐtˈɛr], [ p_ˈaɪ_d_ɐ_t_ˈɛ_r]
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Synonyms for Pied-a-terre:
n.• artifact (noun)
- crash pad,
- home plate,
- hole in the wall,
- rooming house,
- room and board,
- boarding house,
- bed and breakfast,
Other synonyms:• Other relevant words (noun):
How to use "Pied-a-terre" in context?
A pied-a-terre, also known as a live-in tenant or lodger, is a person who rents a property on a short-term basis, normally for periods between six and twelve months. In some cases, a pied-a-terre may be a property owner who is using the property as a source of extra income.
The word derives from the French phrase "pied ÃƒÂ terre", meaning "foot on the ground".
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