a place where research or planning is done, esp secret research in wartime
denoting a style of electronic music featuring regular beats and simple melodies, designed to be played in large venues
A chat room is a site on the internet where people can exchange messages about a particular subject .
a room that is used to chill or freeze foodstuffs
A day room is a room in a hospital where patients can sit and relax during the day.
the room designated for a particular examination to take place
a room in a school for a particular form or the room where a particular form register their attendance
on British warships, the junior officers ' quarters, previously, the quarters of the gunner and his mates
a room in a house that is used as a store room
a private room, adjacent to a courtroom, where a trial jury discusses a case and reaches its verdict
Leg room is the amount of space, especially in a car or other vehicle, that is available in front of your legs.
a room in an organization in which mail sent to the organization is sorted and outgoing mail is prepared for posting
a building or room at a spa in which the water from a mineral spring may be drunk
a room in a house used by the family for relaxation and entertainment
In a restaurant, theatre, or other public place, a rest room is a room with a toilet for customers to use.
A room key is a key given to a guest in a hotel in order to open or lock the door of their room.
Room only is used to indicate that the price of accommodations in a hotel or guest house does not include the cost of food.
sufficient space to manoeuvre a vessel
a room in a stable building in which bridles, saddles, etc are kept
A tea room is the same as a → tea shop .
a hotel room containing two single beds
a room in the building of a military, political, or business organization equipped with the technical means to gather information, plan strategy, direct activities, etc., esp. for a military or political campaign
a type of water-proofed room with a drain in the floor often serving as an open-plan shower
a room in the attic of a house
any room in a building (often in the basement ) that contains a boiler for central heating, etc
an environment, typically used in manufacturing or scientific research, in which environmental contaminants are kept to an absolute minimum
A common room is a room in a university or school where people can sit, talk, and relax .
The dining room is the room in a house where people have their meals, or a room in a hotel where meals are served .
a room in a hotel with two beds
Elbow room is the freedom to do what you want to do or need to do in a particular situation .
On a boat or a ship, the engine room is the place where the engines are.
An escape room is a room containing puzzles and games which you must solve in order to win or to get out of the room.
a room used by a family for relaxation, watching TV etc
a room in the front of a house, esp. a living room
→ family room
A guest room is a bedroom in a house or hotel for visitors or guests to sleep in.
a room in a hotel
→ ladies' room
The living room in a house is the room where people sit and relax .
A locker room is a room in which there are a lot of lockers.
a room where unused or bulky things are kept
The men's room is a toilet for men in a public building .
a secure room with a separate telephone line within a house, to which a person can flee if someone breaks in
A powder room is a room for women in a public building such as a hotel, where they can use the toilet, have a wash, or put on make-up .
A press room is a room for journalists to use at a special event .
a lounge or other room that is open to all, esp. in a hotel or on a ship
a room where aircraft crews gather for briefing before flights
a room in a palace, court, legislature, etc, where official robes of office are put on
a clerk at a hotel who assigns rooms to guests, keeps the guest register, sorts the incoming mail, etc
the rates charged daily for hotel rooms