en suite

or en·suite

[ ahn-sweet ]
/ ɑ̃ ˈswit /
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adverb, adjective
(of a bathroom) connected to a bedroom; private: Each floor contains three double rooms, each with a bathroom en suite.The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom with a large Jacuzzi tub, double sink, and separate shower.
having a private bathroom: The 8 en suite bedrooms have been decorated in an attractive traditional style.
included or contained in a room or unit, as at a hotel, motel, etc.: Ensuite amenities include large-screen television, microwave, refrigerator, and others.
(of any room) connected to another room so as to form a unit: The dining area can be served from the en suite kitchen.
forming or so as to form a themed set: The scabbard of this silver dagger is engraved en suite with the hilt, depicting an eagle in flight.
a bathroom connected to a bedroom: We’re building an addition for a guest bedroom with ensuite and balcony.
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Origin of en suite

First recorded in 1770–80; from French en “in” + suite suite

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British Dictionary definitions for en suite

en suite
/ French (ɑ̃ sɥit) /

as part of a set; forming a unita hotel room with bathroom en suite

Word Origin for en suite

C19: literally: in sequence
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