Definition of clean room in English:

clean room

Syllabification: clean room

noun

An environment free from dust and other contaminants, used chiefly for the manufacture of electronic components.
More example sentences
  • They also boast facilities like clean rooms where dust particles are filtered out so hard drives can be opened up without contamination.
  • Carry out the actual assembly process of optical instruments in a clean, dry environment such as a clean room or under a laminar flow hood.
  • The answer is to have a clean room environment - both tool chain and operating system - that the user has created and knows is free of compromises.

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