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Noun
1. cart (esp. a food cart); stall; standSee also 屋台店
2. festival float; portable shrine dedicated to a god and shaped like a house; dancing platformSee also 踊り屋台
3. stage prop fashioned after a large building
4. framework (of a house, etc.)Abbreviation, See also 屋台骨
5. house (esp. a small and miserable house)Archaism
Wikipedia definition
6. Yatai (retail)For a listed company in the Shanghai Stock Exchange, please refer to Yatai Group. A yatai is a small, mobile food stall in Japan typically selling ramen or other hot food. The name literally means "shop stand. " The stall is set up in the early evening on pedestrian walkways and removed late at night or in the early morning hours before commuters begin to fill the streets. Menus are usually limited; Japanese cuisine is of course most common, but Western cuisine yatai are not unknown.
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Other forms
屋体 【やたい】家台 【やたい】
Notes
家台: Irregular kanji usage.

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