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            home

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            1 home /?ho?m/ noun
            plural homes
            1 home
            /?ho?m/
            noun
            plural homes
            Learner's definition of HOME
            : the place (such as a house or apartment) where a person lives
            [count]
            [noncount]
            see also at home (below), mobile home, motor home
            [count] : a family living together in one building, house, etc.
            : a place where something normally or naturally lives or is located
            [count]
            [noncount]
            [count] : the place where something began or was created usually + of
            [count] : a place where something is placed, stored, etc.
            : the place where someone lives or originally comes from : the place to which you feel most strongly attached
            [noncount]
            [count]
            [count] : the place where an organization, a company, etc., is located and operates
            [count] : a place where people who are unable to care for themselves live and are cared for
            see also nursing home, rest home
            [noncount] : a place that you try to reach in some games (such as baseball) see also home plate

            at home

            : in your own country and not a foreign country
            sports : in a team's own stadium, park, etc. : in the place where a team is based
            see also 1home 1 (above)
            : relaxed and comfortable

            charity begins at home

            see charity

            home away from home

            (US) or British home from home
            : a place that is as pleasant and comfortable as your own home

            home sweet home

            ? You say home sweet home to show that you are happy when you return to your home after being away from it.

            — homelike

            /?ho?m?la?k/ adjective, chiefly US [more homelike; most homelike]
            2 home /?ho?m/ adverb
            2 home
            /?ho?m/
            adverb
            Learner's definition of HOME
            : to or at the place where you live
            : into a finished or final position
            sports : to, toward, or into a goal

            bring home the bacon

            see bacon

            bring (something) home

            : to make (something) very clear and obvious in usually a forceful or unpleasant way usually + to

            close to home

            see 2close

            come home to

            : to become very clear and obvious to (someone) in usually a forceful or unpleasant way

            come home to roost

            see 2roost

            drive your point home

            : to say something in a very strong or forceful way : to make a point very forcefully

            hit/strike home

            : to become very clear and obvious in usually a forceful or unpleasant way

            home free

            (US) informal or British home and dry
            : sure of succeeding, winning, etc. : no longer in danger of failing

            nothing to write home about

            see write

            ram home

            see 2ram

            till/until the cows come home

            see 1cow
            3 home /?ho?m/ adjective
            3 home
            /?ho?m/
            adjective
            Learner's definition of HOME
            always used before a noun
            : of or relating to a home or family
            : designed to be used in your home : done or made in your home often used in combination
            see also home movie, home video
            sports : at a team's own field, stadium, arena, etc.
            compare away, road
            chiefly British : of, relating to, or coming from within your own country : domestic

            home brew

            see 2brew
            4 home /?ho?m/ verb
            homes; homed; homing
            4 home
            /?ho?m/
            verb
            homes; homed; homing
            Learner's definition of HOME

            home in on

            [phrasal verb]
            home in on (someone or something)
            : to find and move directly toward (someone or something) often used figuratively
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