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accommodate to have room for. [1/3 definitions]
acoustics the aspects of a room or space that make sounds easy or difficult to hear (used with a plural verb).
air conditioner a machine that cools the air in a room or car. An air conditioner also takes the dust and dampness out of the air.
alcove a partly enclosed area of a room.
apartment a room or set of rooms used as living space.
auditorium a large room or building where people gather for a performance or speech.
ballroom a large room used for dancing.
bathroom a room with a toilet and often a sink or bathtub.
bedroom a room used for sleeping.
booth a closed place or stall that has room for one person or a small group. [1/2 definitions]
cabin a room or compartment in a ship or airplane. [1/2 definitions]
ceiling the top inside surface of a room. [1/3 definitions]
cell a very small room for a prisoner, nun, or monk. [1/4 definitions]
cellar a room or rooms built underground, usually beneath a building.
chamber a room. [2/5 definitions]
chandelier a single light fixture that hangs from the ceiling and holds several lights. A chandelier is often used for decoration as well as for lighting a room. Some chandeliers are very large and found only in very formal rooms. Originally, chandeliers held real candles.
chapel a small building, or a room in a larger building, used for worship.
classroom a room in a school or college where classes are held.
closet a small room for storing things such as clothes or supplies.
computer lab a room where there are many computers. Computer labs are often found in schools and libraries and can usually be used for free.
courtroom a room in which legal cases are heard before a judge.