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Translation of "room" - English-Spanish dictionary

room

noun   /ruːm, rʊm/
A1 a part of the inside of a building that is separated from other parts by walls, floors, and ceilings habitación a hotel room
B1 [no plural] space for things to fit into sitio, espacio Is there enough room for all of us in your car?
(Definition of room from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

room

noun /ruːm (in compounds rum, (American) ruːm)/
one part of a house or building, usually used for a particular purpose habitación, cuarto, sala This house has six rooms a bedroom a dining-room.
the space or area in which a person, thing etc is or could be put etc espacio; sitio The bed takes up a lot of room There’s no room for you in our car We’ll move the bookcase to make room for the television.
a need or possibility (for something) (quedar) lugar para, haber/caber la posibilidad de There is room for improvement in his work.
-roomed suffix
de… habitaciones a four-roomed house.
roomful noun
sala llena (de) He didn’t feel like facing a roomful of people.
rooms noun plural
a set of rented rooms for living in. alojamiento; habitaciones de alquiler
roomy adjective ( comparative roomier, superlative roomiest)
having plenty of room espacioso roomy cupboards.
room-mate noun
(British ) a person who shares a room with another person eg in a hostel for students etc. compañero de cuarto/habitación
room service noun
a service provided by a hotel, by which guests can arrange to have food and drink brought to their rooms Servicio de Habitaciones She ordered a sandwich from room service.
(Definition of room from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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