a Russian country house or villa.
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How to use dacha in a sentence
dacha is breaking out its holiday decorations and favorite seasonal songs, serving up Christmas cookies and themed beverages, and has even invited Santa to stop by.The best things to do in the D.C. area the week of July 22-28 | Fritz Hahn, Anying Guo | July 22, 2021 | Washington Post
Libkin found old beds to put in the wild-looking garden around dacha, so couples in love could relax on them after the meal.In War-Torn Ukraine, Savva Libkin's Delicious Recipes for Survival | Anna Nemtsova | August 12, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
“There goes that vacation dacha in Sochi that the wife always wanted,” he emailed The Daily Beast.
On the night of Feb. 28, 1953, Stalin left his offices and retired to his countryside dacha.
Kennan put her up in his version of a Russian dacha in a town in Pennsylvania called, of all things, East Berlin.
In fact, the dacha became the meeting center of the Russian underground with their liaison agent from the West.
He approached the dacha at the point where the line of pine trees came nearest to it.
They smoke also the leaves of a kind of hemp called dacha, which stupefies and intoxicates.Torrey's Narrative | William Torrey
None at all when the dacha wasn't in use for a conference or to hide someone on the lam from the KGB.
He must have been a dacha smoker, for he coughed hideously, twisting his body with the paroxysms.Prester John | John Buchan
British Dictionary definitions for dacha
a country house or cottage in Russia
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