Cabana (noun)

  1. A small, often thatched roofed, hut or shelter, typically located on a beach or by a swimming pool, used for changing clothes or relaxing.
  2. A small, roofed structure for use as a changing room or shelter, typically located on a beach or by a swimming pool.

Origin:

From spanish cabana, from earlier caban, from taino (caribbean) kakana.

Examples:

  1. He rented a cabana for the day to escape the sun.
  2. The cabana was a great place to relax and change into her swimsuit.
  3. The cabanas at the beach were a popular spot for tourists.
  4. The cabana was equipped with a refrigerator, air conditioning and a TV.
  5. The cabana was a great place to escape the sun and relax.
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