A room 12 by 18 feet
Limited values of energy consumption and method of testing for room air conditioners
Safety of household and similar electrical appliances--Particular requirements for room heaters
Dad, do you mind if we use this room ?
White paint will brighten the room .
room and board ; board and lodging
The room was choked up with useless old furniture.
Open the window to cool the room .
If you transfer the balance to a warmer area, make sure to condition it for about 2 hours at room temperature, leaving it unplugged from AC power.
For top performance of the batteries, do not recharge the batteries when room temperature is below 0oC or over 40oC.
Police Control Room , Mass Transit Railway District [Hong Kong Police Force]
The dining-room communicates with the kitchen.
A silence fell on the room .
We can’t fit any more chairs into the room .
The room was fitted with a new carpet.
Smoke filled the room .
The room echoed with the sound of music.
A lamp was burning in the room .
Children filled the room .
The nurse assisted the doctor in the operating room .
The flowers make the room more beautiful.
Safety of household and similar electrical appliances Particular requirements for thermal storage room heaters
Her eyes drifted around the room .
She danced the little child round the room .
She changed the room by painting the walls green.
The teacher crowded the children into a small room .
The fire soon warmed the room .
That room was used only on the most special occasions.
The hotel charged me $30 for a room for the night.
Test method for modulus of rupture of refractory products at room temperatures
no engine room system
normal room atmosphere
1.A part or division of a building enclosed by walls, floor, and ceiling.
‘he wandered from _room_ to _room_ ’
‘The walls and ceiling of the _room_ were perfectly black, with age and dirt.’
2.A set of rooms, typically rented, in which a person, couple, or family live.
‘my _rooms_ at Mrs Jenks’s house’
‘He lives in _rooms_ set apart from the rest of the house, to allow him some independence from his parents.’
3.Opportunity or scope for something to happen or be done.
‘there’s _room_ for improvement in the way the programme is managed’
‘a policy which left the government with very little _room_ to manoeuvre’
4.Space that can be occupied or where something can be done.
‘there’s only _room_ for a single bed in there’
‘she made _room_ for Josh on the sofa’
5.The people present in a room.
‘the whole _room_ burst into an uproar of approval’
‘The whole _room_ sat in silence for a few seconds before Matt said goodnight and began packing up.’
1.Provide with a shared room or lodging.
‘they _roomed_ us together’
‘Instead, I muttered, ‘Because it sucks being _roomed_ with someone who dislikes me.’’
2.Share a room, house, or flat, especially a rented one at a college or similar institution.
‘I was _rooming_ with my cousin’
‘He became a student-assistant coach for the team while still _rooming_ with his two former assistant captains.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。