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Translation of "room" - English-Turkish dictionary

room

noun     /ruːm, rʊm/
BUILDING [C]
A1 a part of the inside of a building, which is separated from other parts by walls, floors, and ceilings oda, bölme a hotel roomRooms
SPACE [U]
B1 space for things to fit into yer, alan, bölüm, oda, odacık Is there enough room for all of us in your car? Can everyone move up a bit to make room for these people? [+ to do sth] There's hardly enough room to move in here.Space - general wordsAreas of land in general
room for sth
a possibility for something to happen fırsat, şans, olanak, olasılık His work isn't bad but there's still some room for improvement. →  See also changing room , chat room , dining room , drawing room , dressing room , elbow room , emergency room , living room , locker room , men's room , operating room , sitting room , waiting room Possible and probable
(Definition of room noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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