Definition of dressing room in English:

dressing room

Line breaks: dress|ing room


1A room in which actors or sports players change clothes before and after their performance or game.
More example sentences
  • I've been in dressing rooms with players who had no knowledge of football.
  • There will be an uneasiness in the dressing room and players will wonder what will happen on the training field.
  • There is talk of a rift in the dressing room between the older players and some of the younger members of the squad.
1.1A small room attached to a bedroom, used for dressing in and to store clothes.
More example sentences
  • There are four bedrooms, two dressing rooms and two bathrooms on the first floor.
  • She described the mid-19th century house as having four good rooms downstairs and five bedrooms and two dressing rooms above.
  • It turned out to be the part of the wall that was once a doorway, between a dressing room and a bedroom.

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