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wardroom
American English: /ˈwɔrdˌrum/
, /ˈwɔrdˌrʊm/
British English: /ˈwɔːdruːm/
, /ˈwɔːdrʊm/

Translation of wardroom in Spanish:

noun

  • sala (feminine) de oficiales
    Example sentences
    • After the war wardrooms on warships became the place where young officers learned to love their profession and upgraded their naval and general culture.
    • Later in the afternoon, he had lunch in the wardroom (officer's galley), talked to Nimitz crew members in the hangar bay and posed for pictures.
    • The area proposed to be leased includes the Old Naval Academy - serving as offices and a wardroom - Anchor and Stoney Lanes, Short Row and the Block Mills.

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