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room

[ room, room ]
/ rum, rʊm /
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noun
verb (used without object)
to occupy a room or rooms; lodge.
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Origin of room

before 900; Middle English roum(e), Old English rūm; cognate with Dutch ruim,German Raum

OTHER WORDS FROM room

un·der·room, noun
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How to use room in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for room

room
/ (ruːm, rʊm) /

noun
verb
(intr) mainly US to occupy or share a room or lodgingwhere does he room?

Derived forms of room

roomer, noun

Word Origin for room

Old English rūm; related to Gothic, Old High German rūm
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Other Idioms and Phrases with room

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