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roomy

adjective uk   /ˈruː.mi/ approving us  
If something such as a house or car is roomy, it has a lot of space inside it.
Translations of “roomy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 寬敞的,空間大的,開闊的…
in Russian просторный…
in Turkish geniş, ferah, serbest…
in Chinese (Simplified) 宽敞的,空间大的,开阔的…
in Polish przestronny…
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