Definition of study-bedroom in English:

study-bedroom

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noun

British
A room used both as a bedroom and as a study, typically by a student who is resident at a university.
More example sentences
  • Andrew glanced at the clock on the wall of his small university study-bedroom.
  • The City of York Council planning officers have accepted a separate proposal to build a Hindu temple and 74 en-suite, single study-bedrooms for Gurkha soldiers based at Imphal Barracks.
  • Boarders each have their own en suite study-bedrooms and there is a kitchenette on both floors, laundry, common room and chapel.

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