Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of dacha.

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Examples

  • Part of the verandah had lately been washed away in a storm, so close was the datcha to the waves.

    A Tramp's Sketches

  • 'You'd better buy the datcha,' said Alexander Fed'otch to them.

    A Tramp's Sketches

  • As for our datcha, being as it is the nearest to the sea, the waves were already washing stones and mortar away.

    A Tramp's Sketches

  • Think of that foolish contractor Gretchkin and our costly datcha.

    A Tramp's Sketches

  • I had looked forward to my arrival, for I had a Russian friend there, living for the summer in her own datcha, and I had received a very warm invitation to stay there some days.

    A Tramp's Sketches

  • It was not with real pleasure, but with an affectation of cordiality that Anna received her husband when he reached the _datcha_.

    The World's Greatest Books — Volume 08 — Fiction

  • Anna had already gone into the country, not far from the capital, to the summer _datcha_ at Peterhof.

    The World's Greatest Books — Volume 08 — Fiction

  • He assisted her to alight at the _datcha_, shook hands with her in the presence of the servants, and returned to St. Petersburg.

    The World's Greatest Books — Volume 08 — Fiction

  • "Still, it is strange these gentlemen had not been notified, because at the datcha the Trebassofs were told that the general's usual doctors were not at home and so the police had summoned two others who would arrive at once."

    The Secret of the Night

  • He warns me that the revolutionaries have decided to get through with the general at once, and that two of them have been given the mission to enter the datcha in any way possible.

    The Secret of the Night

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