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English definition of “room”

room

noun
 
 
/ruːm, rʊm/
[C] a part of the inside of a building that is separated from other parts by walls, floor, and ceiling: a meeting/conference/dining room
[U] opportunity for doing something: room for sth I feel the company has little room for manoeuvre.
rooms [plural] PROPERTY rooms that you rent in a building: He lived in rooms above a shop.
room for improvement used to say that something is not good enough and could be made better: The business is doing well, but there is definitely room for improvement.
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(Definition of room noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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