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Pronunciation: / ˈseɪlrum / , / ˈseɪlrʊm / British English: /ˈseɪlruːm/
, /ˈseɪlrʊm/


  • (British English) salesroom 1
    Example sentences
    • The classic written by Haworth's Charlotte Bronte was sold to a bidder in the saleroom at Sotheby's during a sale of signed books and manuscripts.
    • He wanted the library to be dispersed, as it had been assembled, through the saleroom.
    • A desperate dearth of top-shelf artworks is having a profound impact on Australia's salerooms.

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