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classroomnoun [C]

uk   /ˈklɑːs.ruːm/ /-rʊm/  us   /ˈklæs-/
A1 a room in a school or college where groups of students are taughtin the classroom being taught by a teacher: Students learning computer studies spend two days each week in a computer lab and four days in the classroom. teaching classes of students in school or college: There are also no promotions within the school, so that teachers remain in the classroom throughout their careers.
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in Korean 교실…
in Arabic فَصْل, صَفّ…
in Portuguese sala de aula…
in Catalan aula…
in Japanese 教室…
in Italian classe…
in Chinese (Traditional) 教室, 課堂…
in Russian класс (комната)…
in Turkish derslik, sınıf…
in Chinese (Simplified) 教室, 课堂…
in Polish klasa…
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