an additional residence, as at the shore or in the country, where one goes on weekends, vacations, and the like.
another residence, as of a close relative or friend, where one spends a great deal of time or feels welcome and at home:
Aunt Sue’s house was my second home.
any place where one spends a great deal of time:
My office is my second home.
noun 1. a person who owns another house in addition to their main home, often in an area where they are not native and used as a holiday home
noun, plural secondi [si-kon-dee, -kohn-; Italian se-kawn-dee] /sɪˈkɒn di, -ˈkoʊn-; Italian sɛˈkɔn di/ (Show IPA). Music. 1. the second or lower part in a duet, especially in a piano duet. 2. the performer playing this part. noun (pl) -di (-diː) 1. the left-hand part in a piano duet Compare primo
adjective 1. next after the first; being the ordinal number for two. 2. being the latter of two equal parts. 3. next after the first in place, time, or value: the second house from the corner. 4. next after the first in rank, grade, degree, status, or importance: the second person in the company. 5. […]
noun 1. an international association formed in 1889 in Paris, uniting socialistic groups or parties of various countries and holding international congresses from time to time: in 1923 it joined with the Vienna International to form the Labor and Socialist International. Compare international (def 6). Second International noun 1. the Second International, an international association […]