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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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bedroombed‧room /ˈbedrʊm, -ruːm/ ●●● S1 W2 noun [countable]  1 DHHa room for sleeping in a hotel with 50 bedroomsthree-bedroomed/five-bedroomed etc They’ve just bought a new four-bedroomed house in Edinburgh.2 bedroom eyesCOLLOCATIONSADJECTIVES/NOUN + bedrooma single bedroom (=with a bed for one person)We have one single bedroom and two doubles.a double bedroom (=with a big bed for two people)I'd like to book a double bedroom for two nights, please.a twin bedroom (=with two single beds)Do you prefer a double or a twin bedroom?the main/master bedroom (=the biggest bedroom in a house)The master bedroom has a view of the sea.the spare bedroom (=for visitors)She set up a home office in the spare bedroom.a study bedroom (=for students, with a bed and a desk)In my first year at university I had a really tiny study bedroom.bedroom + NOUNbedroom furnitureAll the bedroom furniture was old and falling apart.the bedroom door/window etcDid you shut the bedroom window?
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bedrooma house with four bedroomsShe came to the spare bedroom, the one she had spent that first unforgettable night in, and slipped inside.Drugs squad officers in Wiltshire discovered another drug factory in the bedroom of a council house yesterday.Leaving the shower running, she unlocked the door, but there was no sign of Luke in the bedroom.After a few minutes she padded back into the bedroom wrapped in a big fluffy towel.
From Longman Business Dictionarybedroombed‧room /ˈbedrʊm, -ruːm/ noun [countable] American English an area just outside a large town where many of the people working in the town live SYN dormitory BrEworkers who commute between Aspen, with its million-dollar homes, and cheaper bedroom communities
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