housing

英 [haʊzɪŋ] 美 ['haʊzɪŋ]
  • n. 房屋;住房供给;[机] 外壳;遮盖物;机器等的防护外壳或外罩
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housing 住宅,住房统称

house,屋子,-ing,集合名词后缀。

housing (n.1)
"buildings, lodgings," early 14c., husing, from the root of house (n.).
housing (n.2)
"ornamental covering," c. 1300, houce "covering for the back and flanks of a horse," from Old French houce "mantle, horse-blanket" (Modern French housse), from Medieval Latin hultia "protective covering," from a Germanic source, from Proto-Germanic *hulfti (cognates: Middle Dutch hulfte "pocket for bow and arrow," Middle High German hulft "covering"), from PIE root *kel- (2) "to cover, conceal" (see cell). Sense of "case or enclosure for machine or part" is first recorded 1882.
1. The government is taking emergency action to deal with a housing crisis.
政府正采取紧急措施解决住房危机。

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2. Little of the existing housing is of good enough quality.
现有的住房几乎少有质量过关的。

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3. Residents in general are poor and undereducated, and live in sub-standard housing.
居民们普遍都很贫穷,受教育程度低,居住条件较差。

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4. I think that the underlying problem is education, unemployment and bad housing.
我认为深层的问题在于教育、失业和糟糕的住房条件。

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5. Blacks have been hurt by racial inequalities in housing and education.
住房与教育方面的种族不平等现象让黑人深受伤害。

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