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room British & World English

Space that can be occupied or where something can be done

room English Thesaurus

there isn't much room

back room British & World English

A place where secret, administrative, or supporting work is done

box room British & World English

A very small room used for storage or as a bedroom

card room British & World English

A room for playing cards

chat room British & World English

An area on the Internet or other computer network where users can communicate, typically one dedicated to a particular topic

day room British & World English

A room, especially a communal room in an institution, used during the day

form room British & World English

A classroom in which a group of students assembles daily with the same teacher before dispersing to other classes

game room British & World English

A room for relaxing or socializing in a house or public building, typically furnished with a pool table, Ping-Pong table, dart board, or other recreational amenities

men's room British & World English

A men’s toilet in a public or institutional building

post room British & World English

The department of a company that deals with incoming and outgoing mail

pump room British & World English

A room, building, or compartment in which pumps are housed or from which they are controlled

rec room British & World English

A room in a private house, especially in the basement, used for recreation and entertainment

room-mate British & World English

A person occupying the same room as another

safe room British & World English

A room in a house or other building that is invulnerable to attack or intrusion, and from which security operations can be directed

sea room British & World English

Clear space at sea for a ship to turn or manoeuvre in

spin room British & World English

A designated area where journalists conduct interviews with politicians or their representatives after a debate or other political event

tack room British & World English

A room in a stable building where saddles, bridles, and other equipment are kept

tea room British & World English

A small restaurant or cafe where tea and other light refreshments are served

war room British & World English

A room from which a war is directed

wet room British & World English

A bathroom in which the shower is open or set behind a single wall, its floor area being flush with the floor of the rest of the room and the water draining away through an outlet set into the floor

post room New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

company department handling post

boiler room British & World English

A room in a building or a compartment in a ship containing a boiler and related heating equipment

clean room British & World English

An environment free from dust and other contaminants, used chiefly for the manufacture of electronic components

common room British & World English

A room in a school or college for use of students or staff outside teaching hours

dining room British & World English

A room in a house or hotel in which meals are eaten

double room British & World English

A hotel room or bedroom designed to be used by two people

elbow room British & World English

Adequate space to move or work in

engine room British & World English

The part of a ship or building in which the engines are housed

family room British & World English

A room in a pub in which children are allowed, in the company of an adult or adults

front room British & World English

A living room situated at the front of a house

games room British & World English

A room in a private house or hotel for playing games

great room British & World English

A large room in a modern house that combines features of a living room with those of a dining room or family room

green room British & World English

A room in a theatre or studio in which performers can relax when they are not performing

guest room British & World English

A spare bedroom in a house

ladies' room British & World English

A toilet for women in a public or institutional building

living room British & World English

A room in a house for general and informal everyday use

locker room British & World English

A room containing lockers, especially a sports changing room

lounge room British & World English

A room in a house for general everyday use; a living room

lumber room British & World English

A room where disused or bulky things are kept

panic room British & World English

A secret room in a house or other building that is designed to be invulnerable to attack or intrusion

powder room British & World English

A women’s toilet in a public building

robing room British & World English

A room where holders of ceremonial office put on official robes

rumpus room British & World English

A room for playing games, typically in the basement of a house

shelf room British & World English

The amount of available space on a shelf

single room British & World English

A hotel room or bedroom designed to be used by just one person


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