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N-COUNT 房间;屋子;室;房间里的所有人 A room is one of the separate sections or parts of the inside of a building. Rooms have their own walls, ceilings, floors, and doors, and are usually used for particular activities. You can refer to all the people who are in a room as the room .
A minute later he excused himself and left the room...
Downstairs are two small rooms: a kitchen and a sitting room...
N-COUNT 私人房间（尤指卧室或办公室） If you talk about your room, you are referring to the room that you alone use, especially your bedroom at home or your office at work.
If you're running upstairs, go to my room and bring down my sweater, please.
N-COUNT (宾馆的)房间 A room is a bedroom in a hotel.
Toni booked a room in an hotel not far from Arzfeld.
VERB 同住;合租 If you room with someone, you share a rented room, apartment, or house with them, for example when you are a student.
I had roomed with him in New Haven when we were both at Yale Law School.
N-UNCOUNT 空间;空地方 If there is room somewhere, there is enough empty space there for people or things to be fitted in, or for people to move freely or do what they want to.
There is usually room to accommodate up to 80 visitors...
There wasn't enough room in the baggage compartment for all the gear...
N-UNCOUNT 机会;余地;可能性 If there is room for a particular kind of behaviour or action, people are able to behave in that way or to take that action.
The intensity of the work left little room for personal grief or anxiety...
Once the plaster was dry there was no room for correction...
PHRASE 作出改变的机会;回旋的余地 If you have room for manoeuvre, you have the opportunity to change your plans if it becomes necessary or desirable.
With an election looming, he has little room for manoeuvre.