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parlour

noun
a room in a (usually small) house used for sitting in and for entertaining guests
salón
the front parlour/parlor.
room(s) for customers usually of firms providing particular services
salón
a beauty parlour/parlor a funeral parlour/parlor.
parlour maid noun (British ) a female servant who opens the door to visitors, serves tea etc.
camarera
(Definition of parlour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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