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middle common room Line breaks: mid¦dle com¦mon room

Definition of middle common room in English:

noun

British
A common room for the use of postgraduate students in a university or college.
Example sentences
  • There is also an e-mail list for the heads of the middle common rooms of all the colleges, so the letter could be sent to this list, or to all the college secretaries, or college masters/presidents.

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