Definition of day room in English:

day room

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  • A room, especially a communal room in an institution, used during the day.
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    • Bathrooms, toilets, the smoke room and day room were dirty and carpets and furniture were very worn.
    • The pair were married with more than 50 guests present in the day room on Ward One.
    • The rest of the buildings - including the library, the refectory, the day room and the monks' cells - were all out of bounds.

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