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assembly room

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Definition of assembly room in English:

noun

chiefly British
A public room or hall in which meetings or social functions are held: [in names]: the Derby Assembly Rooms
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  • It drew laughter from the other schoolchildren packed into the assembly room.
  • Meriod Hall was a great assembly room in the centre of town, a large, fine space with glossed wood floors, and brightened by chandelier light.
  • The first floor would be used for training and the ground floor would have an assembly room, lounge and refreshment bar.

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