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room /ruːm, rʊm/ noun


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room
[noun]
Synonyms:
- chamber, apartment, office
- space, area, capacity, expanse, extent, leeway, margin, range, scope
- opportunity, chance, occasion, scope
Related Words: clearance, license, range, rein, sway, rope

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. room1 S1 W1 /ruːm, rʊm/ noun
[Language: Old English; Origin: rum]

1. IN A BUILDING [countable] a part of the inside of a building that has its own walls, floor, and ceiling:
I looked around the room.
She nodded toward a man who was standing across the room (=on the other side of the room).
Someone was laughing in the next room (=the one beside the one you are in).
sb’s room (=someone’s bedroom)
Beth, it’s time to clean up your room.
bathroom/dining room/meeting room etc
the doctor’s waiting room
one-room(ed)/two-room(ed) etc
a three-room apartment
single/double room (=a room in a hotel for one person or for two)
I’d like to book a double room for two nights.
Here’s your key – room 348.front room, living room, sitting room

2. SPACE [uncountable] space somewhere for a particular thing, person, or activity
room in
I hope there’s going to be enough room in the fridge.
room for
My suitcase was so full I didn’t have room for anything else.
room to do something
The museum doesn’t have enough room to show everything in their collection.
plenty of room/enough room
There’s plenty of room in the boot for your luggage.
I’m trying to make room for a vegetable garden in the backyard.
Step back, leave room for people to get past.
The old wardrobe took up too much room.
leg-room/head-room (=space for your legs or head in a vehicle)elbow-room at elbow1(5)

3. OPPORTUNITY/POSSIBILITY [uncountable] the chance to do something, or the possibility that something exists or can happen
room for
There’s little room for innovation.
room for doubt/debate/argument etc
The evidence was clear, and there was little room for doubt.
room for manoeuvre British English room for maneuver American English (=the possibility of changing what you do or decide)
Teachers feel they have little room for manoeuvre when the curriculum is so demanding.
room to do something
Children need to have room to develop their natural creativity.
Make room in your day for exercise.

4. there’s room for improvement used to say that something is not perfect and needs to be improved:
The report shows that there is room for improvement.

5. there’s not enough room to swing a cat used humorously to say that an area or room is not very big

6. APARTMENT rooms [plural] old-fashioned especially British English two or more rooms that you rent in a building, or stay in at a college

7. PEOPLE [singular] all the people in a room:
The whole room started singing ‘Happy Birthday’.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. room2 verb [intransitive] American English
to rent and live in a room somewhere
room with somebody phrasal verb
to share a room or house with someone, especially at college:
I roomed with Al at UCSD.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

room
noun
I. in a house/building
ADJ. big, cavernous, enormous, high, high-ceilinged, huge, large, palatial, spacious, vast | cell-like, cramped, little, low, low-ceilinged, narrow, small, tiny | L-shaped, odd-shaped | north-facing, south-facing, etc. | airy, well-ventilated | airless, claustrophobic, stuffy, windowless | bright | dark, dim, dimly-lit, dingy, moonlit, pitch-dark, shadowed, shadowy, unlighted | depressing, dreary | chilly, cold, draughty | hot, warm | clean, tidy | dirty, dusty, scruffy, shabby, smelly, untidy | comfortable, cosy, homely | attractive, beautiful, elegant, graceful, gracious, handsome, impressive, luxurious, magnificent, pretty | bare, bleak, empty | book-lined | newly-painted, whitewashed | tiled, wood-panelled | crowded, overcrowded | smoke-filled, smoky | quiet, silent | locked | adjacent, adjoining | attic, back, basement, downstairs, front, upstairs | first-floor, second-floor, etc. | guest, spare Our guests are sleeping in the spare room.
hotel | double, family, single, three-bedded, twin-bedded | bed-sitting | rented | breakfast, dining, living, reception, sitting, utility | dressing, make-up, rehearsal | control | fitness, weight-training | news, press He emailed his report back to the news room.
committee, conference, meeting | storage, store (also storeroom) | incident, interview Police have set up an incident room at the scene of the murder.
changing, locker, shower | emergency, first-aid, medical, recovery, treatment | lecture, reading, seminar, staff (also staffroom) | boiler, engine
VERB + ROOM burst into, come/go into, creep into, enter, hurry into, march into, run/rush into, slip/sneak into, step into, storm into, stride into, walk into, wander into | back out of, come/go out of, creep out of, flounce out of, hurry out of, leave, march out of, run/rush out of, slip out of, step out of, storm out of, stride out of, walk out of As soon as the teacher left the room there was uproar.
show sb into, usher sb into | cross, go around/round, pace (around/round), prowl (around/round), walk, wander around/round He was pacing the room nervously. She prowled around the room like a caged tiger. I wandered restlessly round my room.
echo around/round, run around/round A ripple of laughter ran round the room.
glance, look around/round, scan | fill | clean, tidy | decorate, paint a room decorated in pastel shades
air, ventilate | light a room lit by one dusty light bulb
share I used to share a room with my sister.
occupy | vacate Guests are requested to vacate their rooms by 11 a.m.
set aside a room set aside for quiet study
book, hire, rent We hired a room for the party. I rented a room while looking for a house to buy.
ROOM + VERB adjoin sth, face sth, overlook sth The room adjoins the hotel kitchens.
contain sth The room contained little more than a table and chair.
be crammed with sth, be filled with sth, be full of sth | be equipped with sth, be furnished with sth, have sth The patient was in a private room equipped with bathroom and colour TV.
measure sth a room measuring 6 metres by 7
darken | fall silent, grow quiet The room fell silent as she rose to speak.
smell The room smelled of stale sweat and coffee.
spin, sway She felt sick and the room was spinning.
ROOM + NOUN key | number | lighting, lights | mate (also room-mate) (= person who you share a room or house with) | service | temperature This wine should be served at room temperature.
rates Soaring room rates have put tourists off visiting the city.
PREP. around/round a/the ~, from ~ to ~ She flew from room to room looking for the fire extinguisher.
in/into a/the ~, inside a/the ~

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

room
II. space; enough space
ADJ. ample, considerable, enough, sufficient | insufficient | head (also headroom), leg (also legroom)
ADJ. leave, make We had to move the furniture to make room for the piano.
PREP. ~ for Will there be enough room for that large sofa in your sitting room? (figurative) The sales figures are good, but there is still room for improvement.
PHRASES room for manoeuvre

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

room
ru:m
See: control room , powder room , utility room

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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