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English definition of “suite”

suite

noun [C] uk   /swiːt/ us  

suite noun [C] (SET OF ROOMS)

a set of connected rooms, especially in a hotel: The singer was interviewed in his hotel suite. They've got a whole suite of offices on the 34th floor.

suite noun [C] (SET OF FURNITURE)

a set of furniture for one room, of matching design and colour: We're having a new bathroom/bedroom suite fitted at the weekend. I've ordered a new three-piece suite for the living-room.

suite noun [C] (MUSIC)

a piece of music with several parts, usually all in the same key

suite noun [C] (COMPUTER)

a set of related software (= computer program) products
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