Houses of Parliament
- plural noun (in the UK) the Houses of Lords and Commons regarded together.
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Houses of Parliament — ˌHouses of ˈParliament noun [plural] the buildings where the British parliament meets, or the parliament itself: • Two thousand people demonstrated outside the Houses of Parliament … Financial and business terms
Houses of Parliament — n the Houses of Parliament the buildings where the British parliament meets, or the parliament itself →↑House of Commons, House of Lords ↑House of Lords … Dictionary of contemporary English
Houses of Parliament — ► PLURAL NOUN ▪ the Houses of Lords and Commons in the UK regarded together … English terms dictionary
Houses of Parliament — Palace of Westminster mit dem Victoria Tower (links) und dem Clock Tower (rechts) Palace of Westminster zur Blauen Stu … Deutsch Wikipedia
Houses of Parliament — Palais de Westminster 51°29′58″N 0°7′29″O / 51.49944, 0.12472 … Wikipédia en Français
Houses of Parliament — N PROPER COLL: the N In Britain, the Houses of Parliament are the British parliament, which consists of two parts, the House of Commons and the House of Lords. The buildings where the British parliament does its work are also called the Houses of … English dictionary
Houses of Parliament — noun the building in which the House of Commons and the House of Lords meet • Instance Hypernyms: ↑building, ↑edifice • Part Holonyms: ↑Westminster, ↑City of Westminster * * * the ˌHouses of ˈParliament [House … Useful english dictionary
Houses of Parliament — 1. the House of Commons and the House of Lords. 2. the group of buildings beside the River Thames in central London where these two assemblies meet. It is also known as the Palace of Westminster. The original 14th–century palace was badly damaged … Universalium
Houses of Parliament — noun (singular) the buildings where the British parliament meets, or the parliament itself … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
Houses of Parliament — noun The House of Commons and the House of Lords housed within the Palace of Westminster … Wiktionary