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cubicle

noun [C] uk   /ˈkjuː.bɪ.kl̩/ us  
a small space with walls or curtains around it, that is separate from the rest of a room and where you can be private when taking clothes off, etc.: a shower cubicle I was getting undressed in one of the cubicles.
Translations of “cubicle”
in Spanish cubículo, caseta…
in French cabine…
in German die Kabine…
in Chinese (Traditional) (大房間中分隔出來的)小房間,小隔間…
in Russian кабинка…
in Turkish kabin, bölme…
in Chinese (Simplified) (大房间中分隔出来的)小房间,小隔间…
in Polish kabina…
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