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room /rum/
  • danh từ
    • buồng, phòng
      • to do one's room: thu dọn buồng
      • to keep one's room: không ra khỏi phòng
    • cả phòng (những người ngồi trong phòng)
      • to set the room in a roar: làm cho cả phòng cười phá lên
    • (số nhiều) căn nhà ở (có nhiều phòng)
    • chỗ
      • there is room for one more in the car: trong xe có chỗ cho một người nữa
      • to take up too much room: choán mất nhiều chỗ quá
      • to make (give) room for...: nhường chỗ cho...
    • cơ hội, khả năng; duyên cớ, lý do
      • there is no room for dispute: không có duyên cớ gì để bất hoà
      • there is no room for fear: không có lý do gì phải sợ hãi
      • there is room for improvement: còn có khả năng cải tiến
    • in the room of...
      • thay thế vào, ở vào địa vị...
    • no room to turn in
      • no room to swing a cat
        • hẹp bằng cái lỗ mũi; không có chỗ nào mà xoay trở
      • to prefer somebody's room to his company
        • thích không phải trông thấy ai; muốn cho ai đi khuất đi
      • I would rather have his room than his company
        • tôi muốn hắn ta đi cho khuất mắt; tôi muốn không phải trông thấy hắn ta
    • nội động từ
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) có phòng, ở phòng cho thuê (có đủ đồ đạc)
      • ở chung phòng (với ai)
        • to room with somebody: ở chung phòng với ai
Concise Dictionary
rooms|roomed|roomingruːm ,rʊm
noun
+an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling
+space for movement
+opportunity for
+the people who are present in a room
verb
+live and take one's meals at or in
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 space, area, scope, extent, allowance, latitude, elbow-room, range, leeway, margin:
There is room for one more inside.
2 chamber, apartment, compartment, office, cell, cubicle:
For years Pablo occupied a small room on the top floor.
3 rooms. quarters, lodgings, accommodation, flat, dwelling:
We had rooms in an old house downtown.
v.
4 live, lodge, dwell, abide, reside, stay:
Did you really room with the daughter of a prime minister?
Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun
in building
1 [C] 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). + (spoken) I don't want to watch television. I'll be in the other room (= a different room).
Help Note: There are many compounds ending in room. You will find them at their place in the alphabet.
-roomed / -room
2 (in adjectives) having the number of rooms mentioned: a three-roomed / three-room apartment
in hotel
3 [C] a bedroom in a hotel, etc: 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
4 (rooms) [pl.] (old-fashioned, BrE) a set of two or more rooms that you rent to live in
Synonym: LODGINGS
They lived in rooms in Kensington.
space
5 [U] ~ (for sb/sth)
~ (to do sth) 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.
See also - ELBOW ROOM, HEADROOM, HOUSEROOM, LEGROOM, STANDING ROOM
possibility
6 ~ for sth 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.
people
7 [sing.] all the people in a room: The whole room burst into applause.
Idioms: no room to swing a cat (informal) 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
more at MANOEUVRE n., SMOKE n.
+ verb [V] (AmE) ~ (with sb)
~ (together) to rent a room somewhere; to share a rented room or flat/apartment with sb: She and Nancy roomed together at college.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 in a house/building

ADJ.

big, cavernous, enormous, high, high-ceilinged, huge, large, palatial, spacious, vast |
cell-like, cramped, little, low, low-ceilinged, narrow, small, tiny | L-shaped, odd-shaped | north-facing, south-facing, etc. | airy, well-ventilated | airless,
claustrophobic, stuffy, windowless | bright | dark, dim, dimly-lit, dingy, moonlit, pitch-dark, shadowed,
shadowy, unlighted | depressing, dreary | chilly, cold,
draughty | hot, warm | clean,
tidy | dirty, dusty, scruffy, shabby, smelly, untidy | comfortable, cosy, homely |
attractive, beautiful, elegant,
graceful, gracious, handsome,
impressive, luxurious, magnificent, pretty | bare,
bleak, empty | book-lined |
newly-painted, whitewashed |
tiled, wood-panelled | crowded,
overcrowded | smoke-filled, smoky | quiet, silent | locked | adjacent, adjoining | attic, back, basement, downstairs, front, upstairs | first-floor, second-floor, etc. | guest, spare
Our guests are sleeping in the spare room.
| hotel | double, family, single, three-bedded,
twin-bedded | bed-sitting | rented | breakfast, dining, living, reception, sitting, utility | dressing, make-up, rehearsal |
control | fitness, weight-training | news, press
He emailed his report back to the news room.
| committee,
conference, meeting | storage,
store
(also
storeroom
)
| incident, interview
Police have set up an incident room at the scene of the murder.
| changing, locker, shower | emergency,
first-aid, medical, recovery,
treatment | lecture, reading, seminar, staff
(also
staffroom
)
| boiler, engine

VERB + ROOM

burst into, come/go into, creep into, enter, hurry into, march into, run/rush into, slip/sneak into, step into, storm into, stride into, walk into,
wander into | back out of,
come/go out of, creep out of, flounce out of, hurry out of, leave, march out of, run/rush out of, slip out of, step out of, storm out of, stride out of, walk out of
As soon as the teacher left the room there was uproar.
| show sb into, usher sb into | cross, go around/round, pace (around/round), prowl (around/round), walk, wander around/round
He was pacing the room nervously. She prowled around the room like a caged tiger. I wandered restlessly round my room.
| echo around/round, run around/round
A ripple of laughter ran round the room.
| glance, look around/round, scan | fill | clean, tidy | decorate, paint
a room decorated in pastel shades
| air, ventilate | light
a room lit by one dusty light bulb
| share
I used to share a room with my sister.
| occupy | vacate
Guests are requested to vacate their rooms by 11 a.m.
| set aside
a room set aside for quiet study
| book, hire, rent
We hired a room for the party. I rented a room while looking for a house to buy.

ROOM + VERB

adjoin sth, face sth, overlook sth
The room adjoins the hotel kitchens.
| contain sth
The room contained little more than a table and chair.
| be crammed with sth, be filled with sth, be full of sth | be equipped with sth, be furnished with sth, have sth
The patient was in a private room equipped with bathroom and colour TV.
| measure sth
a room measuring 6 metres by 7
| darken | fall silent, grow quiet
The room fell silent as she rose to speak.
| smell
The room smelled of stale sweat and coffee.
| spin, sway
She felt sick and the room was spinning.

ROOM + NOUN

key | number | lighting, lights | mate
(also room-mate) (= person who you share a room or house with)
| service | temperature
This wine should be served at room temperature.
| rates
Soaring room rates have put tourists off visiting the city.

PREP.

around/round a/the ~, from ~ to ~
She flew from room to room looking for the fire extinguisher.
| in/into a/the ~, inside a/the ~

2 space; enough space

ADJ.

ample, considerable, enough, sufficient | insufficient | head
(also
headroom
),
leg
(also
legroom)

ADJ.

leave, make
We had to move the furniture to make room for the piano.

PREP.

~ for
Will there be enough room for that large sofa in your sitting room? (figurative) The sales figures are good, but there is still room for improvement.

PHRASES

room for manoeuvre



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