Space that can be occupied or where something can be done
there isn't much room
An opportunity to be heard, consideration.
= ice chamber.
A room in a house or dairy in which milk is stored.
An oak-panelled room, especially one used as a dining or supper room.
A tent or other area for performers (especially riders and their horses) waiting to appear; a dressing room.
A room, usually in a hotel, decorated with potted palms; a palm court.
A room in which the movements of ships, etc., are observed by means of radar and recorded.
A room where voting takes place.
A room in a cinema where reels of film are kept.
(In a textile mill) a room in which ring frames are kept and operated.
Of the size of a room; (of a rug) suitable in size to cover the floor space of a room.
The acoustic quality or ambience of a particular room.
A room used for storing edible roots and tubers.
A room in a house or other building that is invulnerable to attack or intrusion, and from which security operations can be directed
A room enclosing a well and its apparatus.
A place where secret, administrative, or supporting work is done
A very small room used for storage or as a bedroom
A room for playing cards
An area on the Internet or other computer network where users can communicate, typically one dedicated to a particular topic
A room, especially a communal room in an institution, used during the day
A classroom in which a group of students assembles daily with the same teacher before dispersing to other classes
A men’s toilet in a public or institutional building
A room or building providing meals and recreational facilities for workers or military personnel
The department of a company that deals with incoming and outgoing mail
A room, building, or compartment in which pumps are housed or from which they are controlled
A room in a private house, especially in the basement, used for recreation and entertainment
A person occupying the same room as another
Clear space at sea for a ship to turn or manoeuvre in
A designated area where journalists conduct interviews with politicians or their representatives after a debate or other political event
A room in a stable building where saddles, bridles, and other equipment are kept
A small restaurant or cafe where tea and other light refreshments are served
A room from which a war is directed
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
Attributive (of a telephone) connecting rooms within the same building.
A room in the roof-space of a house, etc. lit by a dormer window.
Agriculture space on farmland in which to grow or dry crops.
A large room in a modern house that combines features of a living room with those of a dining room or family room
(Especially in military contexts) a room in which money or other items are stored, or from which they are issued.
A room in which the equipment or media for mass communication (as telephone, fax, computer, etc.) is fitted.
= mould loft.
A room in which a murder has been committed.
A room set aside for practising or performing music; a public room or small hall for musical performances.
A room in a psychiatric hospital, etc., with padding on the walls, where a violent or uncontrollable patient may be kept to prevent self-injury.
A room in which paints are stored.
A room in which a party is held; a room for hire which can accommodate a large number of people.
A room for keeping plate.
A room which contains printing presses.
A room in a museum, gallery, etc., used to display a collection of prints.