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a room: a part of a house, for example kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, etc.

there is room (to do something): there is space, an opportunity (to do something)
Do you think there's enough room to put a piano here? Will the piano fit in this house?
to make some room to clear a space, to make a place

to room (with someone): to live, to share accommodation, to co-habit (with someone)
Bruno and Bob roomed together for a while in college, now they're good friends.


  • "Then we turned and shook as we had a look in the room where the dead men lay."
  • "We've finally reached the jewel room, where I keep my jewels."
  • "What did you find in our son's room?"
  • "Are you sure you want to see inside this room?"
  • "In just 5 30-minute sessions with our automated consultants, we'll transform you from oppressive overlord into a benevolent boss without ever leaving your throne room!"
  • "Well, now that we're finished with the tour, let's go into the "Purple room" so I can introduce you to your fellow crazies!"
  • "You still need to clean your room and lay the table for supper!"
  • "Bruno's dad : I found something terrible in his room."
  • "Fans of the punk group "Down with the Duke" will finally get their wish when the band makes its highly anticipated comeback tomorrow night at the Free Trade Room in New York City."
  • "Stop treating this room like a pigsty, and start respecting these new"

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