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changing room


, British.
  1. a locker room, usually with showers, for athletes.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of changing room1

First recorded in 1935–40

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Example Sentences

In the changing room, I overhear two jocks discussing the crisis.

In fact, I did full-frontal nudity for an extended scene in my Broadway debut in The Changing Room.

The Chief made a tour of the changing-room during afternoon school, and his eyes were opened.

But on the way down to hall, he overheard Mansell talking to Tester in the door of the changing-room.

I am well aware that ladies are catered for very badly at most of the tournaments in regard to changing-room accommodation.

But now I got up and took myself, completely thrilled, to a mirror in the changing room to have a look at these same eyes.

The changing-room was filled with the sound of oaths and curses.


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