Nissen hut

  • miguel89

    Senior Member
    Oh, sorry, I thought context wasn't necessary in this case. I'm referring to what the Wikipedia defines as
    a prefabricated steel structure made from a half-cylindrical skin of corrugated steel, a variant of which (the Quonset hut) was used extensively during the World War II by the British Empire and U.S. military to build army camps and airbases.


    Senior Member
    UK English
    I don't know about Argentina but I don't think anyone in Spain would know what you're talking about: you'd just have to explain the term.

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