[hyoo-stuh n or, often, yoo-] /ˈhyu stən or, often, ˈyu-/
John, 1906–87, U.S. film director and writer.
his father, Walter, 1884–1950, U.S. actor, born in Canada.
John. 1906–87, US film director. His films include The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1947), for which he won an Oscar, The African Queen (1951), The Man Who Would Be King (1975), Prizzi’s Honour (1985), and The Dead (1987)
[huht] /hʌt/ noun 1. a small or humble dwelling of simple construction, especially one made of natural materials, as of logs or grass. 2. a simple roofed shelter, often with one or two sides left open. 3. Military. a wooden or metal structure for the temporary housing of troops. verb (used with object), hutted, hutting. […]
[huhch] /hʌtʃ/ noun 1. a pen or enclosed coop for small animals: rabbit hutch. 2. a chest, cupboard, bin, etc., for storage. 3. any of various chestlike cabinets, raised on legs and having doors or drawers in front, sometimes with open shelves above. 4. a small cottage, hut, or cabin. 5. a baker’s kneading trough. […]
/ˈhʌtʃɪsən/ noun 1. Francis. 1694–1746, Scottish philosopher: he published books on ethics and aesthetics, including System of Moral Philosophy (1755)
/ˈhʌtʃɪ/ noun 1. (Austral) a groundsheet draped over an upright stick, used as a temporary shelter