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living roomnoun [C]

uk   /ˈlɪv.ɪŋ ˌruːm/  us   /ˈlɪv.ɪŋ ˌruːm/ (also mainly UK sitting room)
A1 the ​room in a ​house or ​apartment that is used for ​relaxing in and ​entertainingguests

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living roomnoun [C]

(also livingroom)  us   /ˈlɪv·ɪŋ ˌrum, -rʊm/
the room in a ​house or ​apartment where ​peoplesit or ​relax together but do not usually ​eat or ​sleep
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Translations of “living room”
in Arabic غُرْفة الجُلوس…
in Korean 거실…
in Portuguese sala de estar…
in Catalan sala d’estar…
in Japanese 居間…
in Chinese (Simplified) 起居室,客厅…
in Turkish oturma odası…
in Russian гостиная…
in Chinese (Traditional) 起居室,客廳…
in Italian soggiorno…
in Polish salon…
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