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bedroom

Line breaks: bed|room
Pronunciation: /ˈbɛdruːm
 
, -rʊm/

Definition of bedroom in English:

noun

1A room for sleeping in: [in combination]: a two-bedroom flat
More example sentences
  • The plans for the renovated house show three bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen and a bathroom.
  • Two upstairs bedrooms, the living room and kitchen were left open to the elements overnight.
  • Although basic, their wood hut had a kitchen, dining room, two bedrooms and shower.
1.1 [as modifier] Relating to sexual relations: bedroom secrets
More example sentences
  • The message was clear: the public have no right to know about the royals' bedroom secrets.
  • People would simply gossip in the pub or broadcast their bedroom secrets on the Internet.
  • So they concentrate on just leaking information about his bedroom affairs.
2 [as modifier] North American Denoting a small town or suburb whose residents commute to a nearby city: a bedroom community
More example sentences
  • “It’s becoming a bedroom community for people who work on Wall Street,” the Wife says of our beloved Manhattan.
  • After all, a bedroom community has to wake up and go to work.
  • Great bedroom community close to Seattle.

Derivatives

bedroomed

1
adjective
[in combination]: a three-bedroomed house

Words that rhyme with bedroom

headroom

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