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1.Space that can be occupied or where something can be done.
‘there's only room for a single bed in there'
‘she made room for Josh on the sofa'
‘he was trapped without room to move'
‘On the inside, there is plenty of room for rear passengers and the cabin is bright, roomy and attractive.'
‘The horses and people took up a lot of room and made the enormous space look almost small.'
2.Opportunity or scope for something to happen or be done.
‘there's room for improvement in the way the programme is managed'
‘a policy which left the government with very little room to manoeuvre'
‘There is plenty of room for growth in Italy, a very fragmented market.'
‘There's plenty of room for anyone to think what they like about it, as the archaeological literature shows.'
‘As this last example suggests, there is room for disagreement over the use of Ockham's Razor.'
3.A part or division of a building enclosed by walls, floor, and ceiling.
‘he wandered from room to room'
‘The walls and ceiling of the room were perfectly black, with age and dirt.'
‘One of the delightful surprises is the ceiling of the toddler room on the second floor.'
‘Drinkers were served in the taproom, a large single room furnished with trestle tables and benches.'
‘The cabin had 3 rooms on the first floor, the kitchen, den, and a locked room.'
4.The people present in a room.
‘the whole room burst into an uproar of approval'
‘The whole room sat in silence for a few seconds before Matt said goodnight and began packing up.'
‘When she opened the classroom door the room became silent and everyone looked at her.'
‘The room once again fell silent, as she waited for her answer.'
‘We suggest with this game that rather than reporters popping up, there should be a whole room of reporters.'
5.A set of rooms, typically rented, in which a person, couple, or family live.
‘my rooms at Mrs Jenks's house'
‘He lives in rooms set apart from the rest of the house, to allow him some independence from his parents.'
‘Gwen and her family lived in the upper rooms of a small house and I knew from experience that the smell of too many people in too small a place hit a person the second they opened the front door.'
‘Always the Londoner, Arnold spent most of the week living in his rooms at the top of the Middle Temple.'
‘They get the sign-painter's boy to help, because his family rents rooms in the schoolmaster's house.'
1.A set of rooms, typically rented, in which a person, couple, or family live.
‘I was rooming with my cousin'
2.Share a room, house, or flat, especially a rented one at a college or similar institution.
‘He became a student-assistant coach for the team while still rooming with his two former assistant captains.'
‘Although I wasn't one for wanting to socialize during this hard time, I guessed that I'd better get to know the people I'd be rooming with over the next two weeks.'
‘The good news was that they were rooming together in the drafty, dirty attic.'
‘I was simply tickled when I found out that we would be rooming together.'
3.Provide with a shared room or lodging.
‘they roomed us together'
‘Instead, I muttered, ‘Because it sucks being roomed with someone who dislikes me.''
‘‘An old acquaintance of mine will be rooming you for the night,' Dann says.'