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chamber

noun /ˈtʃeimbə/
a room
cuarto
the king’s private chambers.
the place where an assembly (eg Parliament) meets
cámara
There were few members left in the chamber.
such an assembly
cámara
the Upper and Lower Chambers.
an enclosed space or cavity eg the part of a gun which holds the bullets
cámara
Many pistols have chambers for six bullets.
chambermaid noun a female servant or hotel worker in charge of bedrooms
camarera, doncella
She found a job as a hotel chambermaid.
chamber music noun music for a small group of players, suitable for a room rather than a large hall
música de cámara
a live performance of a piece of chamber music.
(Definition of chamber from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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