Meaning of ROOM in English

ROOM

(PLACE) [noun] [C] - an area within a building that has its own walls, floor, ceiling, doors, etc. and that usually has a particular useHe calls it his country cottage, but it has 20 rooms!She's waiting for you in the conference room upstairs.The room smelled of cigarette smoke.The room was empty.The front room (of the house) gets the sun.She's upstairs in her room (= her private room, where she sleeps).I'd like a room for the night, please."Where's Cindy?" "She's in the next room (= the room connected to this one)."The whole room (= All the people in the room) turned and looked at her.Room is also used as a combining form.a bedrooma bathrooma dining-roomliving-roomI'm looking for a hotel room/a cheap room to rent.He booked a single/double room (= a room for one person/two people in a hotel).(US) When I went to school I had to pay room and board (= for a place to live and meals).In a hotel, room service is the serving of food and drink to customers in their room, or the people who do this work.

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