Definition of great room in English:

great room

Syllabification: great room

noun

A large room in a modern house that combines features of a living room with those of a dining room or family room.
More example sentences
  • A view of the entire great room and dining room beyond from the reception/library area.
  • The main floor features a vaulted great room / kitchen wing to the right and a master suite to the left.
  • Tall windows and doors in the great room allow rooms further back on the site to benefit from the north light and views to the bay.

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