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noun (PLACE)
/ruːm/ /rʊm/
[C] a part of the inside of a building that is separated from other parts by walls, floor and ceiling
She's waiting for you in the conference room upstairs.
She's upstairs in her room (= her private room, where she sleeps).
figurative The whole room (= All the people in the room) turned and looked at her.
[C] Room is also used as a combining form
a bedroom
a bathroom
a dining-room
a hotel room
He booked a single/double room (= a room for one person/two people in a hotel).
rooms [plural] UK old-fashioned a set of rented rooms, especially in a college or university
Houses and homes
(Definition of room noun (PLACE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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