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solariumnoun [C]

uk   /səˈleə.ri.əm/  us   /soʊˈler.i-/ (plural solariums or solaria )
a room in which you can tan (= make brown) your skin using either light from the sun or special equipment US conservatory .
Translations of “solarium”
in Chinese (Traditional) 日光浴室, 溫室,玻璃暖房…
in Chinese (Simplified) 日光浴室, 温室,玻璃暖房…
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