a part of a building that has its own walls, floor and ceiling and is usually used for a particular purpose
He walked out of the room and slammed the door.
They were in the next room and we could hear every word they said.
a dining/living/sitting room
They had to sit in the waiting room for an hour.
I think Simon is in his room (= bedroom) .
I don't want to watch television. I'll be in the other room (= a different room) .
having the number of rooms mentioned
a three-roomed/three-room apartment
a bedroom in a hotel, etc.
双人 / 单人客房
a double/single room
I'd like to book a room with a view of the lake.
She lets out rooms to students.
place to live
a set of two or more rooms that you rent to live in
They lived in rooms in Kensington.
empty space that can be used for a particular purpose
Is there enough room for me in the car?
There's room for one more at the table.
Do you have room for a computer on your desk?
Yes, there's plenty of room .
I'll move the table─it takes up too much room .
How can we make room for all the furniture?
Make sure you have plenty of room to sit comfortably.
the possibility of sth existing or happening; the opportunity to do sth
He had to be certain. There could be no room for doubt .
There's some room for improvement in your work (= it is not as good as it could be) .
It is important to give children room to think for themselves.
all the people in a room
The whole room burst into applause.
when sb says there's no room to swing a cat , they mean that a room is very small and that there is not enough space
the chance to change the way that sth happens and influence decisions that are made
a decision that people describe as being made in a smoke-filled room is made by a small group of people at a private meeting, rather than in an open and democratic way
to rent a room somewhere; to share a rented room or flat/apartment with sb
She and Nancy roomed together at college.