Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Attic"

The meaning of "Attic" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does attic bedroom mean?
A: An attic is a space in the roof (o teto) of a building. If that space is used as a bedroom, it is called an attic bedroom.
Q: What does attic mean?
A: the highest part of a house that is usually used for storage. not all homes have attics though.
Q: What does attic mean?
A: An attic is a room in the roof of the house or is the very top of a house

Example sentences using "Attic"

Q: Please show me example sentences with attic.
A: thank you :)

Synonyms of "Attic" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between attic and bridge ?
A: Attic is the uppermost room of roofed houses. Bridges are often what connects (land) over an obstacle (e.g. water). "No one has cleaned the attic for ages." "The pitiful girl sleeps in the attic." "The only way to get to the other side is through this bridge." You can also use it not literally, "The president established this program to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor."
Q: What is the difference between I'm going to the attic. and I'm going at the attic. ?
A: I think it is "I am going into the attic". And "there's a ladder, corridor, or there are stairs going to the attic." I think "going up to the attic" would work in both cases (with an animate or with stairs/ ladder/ corridor). I can be looking at the attic.
Q: What is the difference between attic and loft ?
A: In British English, a "loft" also can refer to the space under the roof, used for storage or accommodation......
Q: What is the difference between attic and loft ?
A: Loft is usually apartment upper floor under the roof Attic is for private homes under the roof.

Translations of "Attic"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? attic
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? attic.
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Other questions about "Attic"

Q: A: Your attic is still terrifying. B: It's been five years. I'm sure the boogie man has died of starvation. A: It's more the mice and spiders I'm afraid of. In this dialogue, the last sentence sounds fine? I mean the location of more. Shouldn't it be "It's the mice and spiders I'm MORE afraid of. What do you think?
A: Yes, you're are correct. The last sentence should've been: "It's the mice and spiders I'm MORE afraid of."
Q: I want you to go up to the attic and stay hidden over there. does this sound natural?
A: oh thank you :P
Q: When I was cleaning the attic, I came across my highschool uniform, so I tried wearing it and it still fitted. Can you believe it? does this sound natural?
A: Say it still fit instead of fitted.
Q: He attic toom of our house is spacious, clean, well-lit, and last but not the least, unoccupied does this sound natural?
A: "The attic of our house is spacious, clean, well lit and last but not least, unoccupied."
Q: attic does this sound natural?
A: It sounds like "assic" to me. Here is an example :) 1. assic 2. attic Hope this helps you!

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