Definition of cubicle in English:

cubicle

Syllabification: cu·bi·cle
Pronunciation: /ˈkyo͞obikəl
 
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noun

  • A small partitioned-off area of a room, for example one containing a bed in a dwelling or one containing a desk in an office: each cubicle is equipped with a PC and printer, and there are two fax machines in the east alcove
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    • The bathroom is tiled and contains a shower cubicle with power shower, toilet and wash basin.
    • Even the actual toilet cubicles featured mirroring, and the urinal was simply a spectacle to behold.
    • Sometimes the pool areas and the cubicles were in a disgustingly dirty state.

Origin

late Middle English (in the sense 'bedroom'): from Latin cubiculum, from cubare 'lie down'.

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