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Meaning of “suite” in the English Dictionary

"suite" in British English

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suitenoun [C]

uk   us   /swiːt/
  • suite noun [C] (SET OF ROOMS)

a set of ​connectedrooms, ​especially in a ​hotel: The ​singer was ​interviewed in his hotel suite. They have a ​whole suite ofoffices on the 34th ​floor.
  • suite noun [C] (SET OF FURNITURE)

mainly UK a set of ​furniture for one ​room, of ​matchingdesign and ​colour: I've ​ordered a new three-piece suite for the living-room.UK We're having a new ​bathroom/​bedroom suite ​fitted at the ​weekend.
  • suite noun [C] (COMPUTER)

a set of ​related software (= ​computerprogram)products
(Definition of suite from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"suite" in American English

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suitenoun [C]

  • suite noun [C] (ROOMS/FURNITURE)

 us   /swit/ a set of ​connectedrooms, esp. in a ​hotel: Guests were ​invited to the publisher’s ​hospitality suite to ​meet the ​author.  us   /swit/ A suite is also a set of ​matchingfurniture for one ​room: They ​bought a ​livingroom suite consisting of a ​sofa and two ​easychairs.
  • suite noun [C] (MUSIC)

music /swit/ a ​piece of ​music that consists of a set of ​relatedpieces, all for the same ​instruments
(Definition of suite from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"suite" in Business English

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suitenoun [C]

uk   us   /swiːt/
a set of ​rooms in a ​hotel or ​publicbuilding that has been ​designed for a particular ​purpose: The new stadium will ​feature 4,000 ​permanentseats, as well as 12 luxury suites. a hotel/​hospitality/​conference suite He ​works in the executive suite on the ​topfloor.
a set of ​relatedsoftwareproducts: We ​sell the popular Microsoft ​Office suite of ​applications.
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(Definition of suite from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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