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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconservatorycon‧ser‧va‧to‧ry /kənˈsɜːvətəri $ -ˈsɜːrvətɔːri/ noun (plural conservatories) [countable]  1 TBBDLG British English a room with glass walls and a glass roof, where plants are grown, that is usually added on to a house2 American EnglishSECAP a conservatoire
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conservatoryThere has been much modernisation and recently a new bar/lounge and conservatory have been added.She is unaware of what is going on in the huge conservatory on this morning of resurrection.the National Conservatory of MusicWhen it was built, the conservatory was hailed as one of the most beautiful and modern in the world.I just graduated in May from the conservatory.As usual we had breakfast in the conservatory.As in the first pavilion, the conservatory recedes into the background and the rain forest embraces visitors.The conservatory is light and airy, but remains sufficiently shaded to prevent summer temperatures of getting out of hand.