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noun [countable]     terrace pronunciation in British English
/ˈterəs/
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pluralterraces
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  1. 2
    a flat area outside a house, restaurant, hotel etc, used for sitting and eating meals
    See also roof terrace
  2. 3
    one of a series of areas on a slope cut so that they look like wide steps, used for growing crops
  3. 4

    terraces

    [plural] British a series of wide low steps at the side of a football pitch where you can stand to watch the match
 
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