Meaning of g?te in English:

g?te

Pronunciation /?i?t/ /?it/

Translate g?te into Spanish

noun

  • A furnished holiday house in France, typically in a rural district.

    ‘The most you will get for a g?te is £600 in high season, £300 in the low.’
    • ‘I followed a French long-distance footpath and stayed in mountain huts or g?tes.’
    • ‘With six bedroom suites and a two-bed g?te, it would make a perfect B&B.’
    • ‘As my postbag and inbox tell me, a fair few of you intend to buy in bulk en route to the g?te, on the way back, or both.’
    • ‘If you have come out to semi-retire and live off the income of a g?te then you need to be sure you have a good business plan.’
    small house, house, bungalow, villa, lodge, chalet, cabin, shack, shanty

Origin

French, from Old French giste; related to gésir ‘to lie’.