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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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playroomplay‧room /ˈpleɪrʊm, -ruːm/ noun [countable]  DHHPLAY A GAME OR SPORTa room for children to play in
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playroomThis was used as sort of a playroom.We still had two rooms left to decorate: those intended as a spare bedroom and playroom.The toy shop was one huge playroom where everything was owned in common.The availability of babysitting, early meals for children and a kiddies playroom make this hotel an excellent choice for families.But the playroom is to be absorbed into the retreat and conference centre next year.Older brothers and sisters were eating in the playroom, supervised by Monika, a trainee teacher from Salzburg.
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