Origin of cabin
OTHER WORDS FROM cabinun·cab·ined, adjective
Words nearby cabin
How to use cabin in a sentence
Cold weather increases electric energy consumption, as the car runs the cabin heat, defrosters, seat heaters, and lights.Ford’s electric Mustang Mach-E is an important leap into the future|Dan Carney|February 12, 2021|Popular-Science
You may not be invited to your coworker’s cabin again, but you’ll be a better guest—and a more reliable friend—in the future.
She had read about the way air molecules circulate inside a plane cabin, bouncing from one stranger to the next.900,000 infected. Nearly 15,000 dead. How the coronavirus tore through D.C., Maryland and Virginia.|Rebecca Tan, Antonio Olivo, John D. Harden|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
Over the holidays, while my wife and I were hiking around our cabin in northern Montana, just outside Glacier National Park, temperatures ranged from the low teens to the mid-forties.The Kora Xenolith Is My Secret Weapon Against the Cold|Wes Siler|February 2, 2021|Outside Online
This means you get as much outside air as possible to mix with the air inside the cabin and then flush it out.
Looking through photographs from the early days of U.S. airlines, I found a shot of the cabin of the Boeing 247, circa 1934.
They wanted Jet Blue to squeeze more passengers into the cabin.
In the same cabin, the business class has flat beds with a 70-inch pitch.
In the special, Workman plays the old man who, as a cabin boy, watched the pirates bury their treasure.Garfield Television: The Cat Who Saved Primetime Cartoons|Rich Goldstein|November 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And what of the six passengers in the cabin behind the crew?
The latter trod on the toes of the former, whereupon the former threatened to "kick out of the cabin" the latter.
Dinner was spread in the cabin of that peerless steamer, the New World, and a splendid company were assembled about the table.
But he was so surprisingly dexterous with his lips, and feet too, when he was in his cabin that I suppose I put them down to that.Uncanny Tales|Various
I pulled the saddle off my horse, slapped it down on the dirt floor, and went stalking up to the long cabin.Raw Gold|Bertrand W. Sinclair
They slept at a miserable cabin in one of the clearings, and at early dawn pushed on, reaching the Cahuilla village before noon.Ramona|Helen Hunt Jackson
British Dictionary definitions for cabin
- the enclosed part of a light aircraft in which the pilot and passengers sit
- the part of an airliner in which the passengers are carried
- the section of an aircraft used for cargo