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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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cubiclecu‧bi‧cle /ˈkjuːbɪkəl/ noun [countable]  TBa small part of a room that is separated from the rest of the room a shower cubicle office workers in their cubicles
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cubicleIs there room for a cubicle or can one be installed over the bath?In a cubicle I found one of Julie's hairs.Ian Walker, prosecuting, said a store detective spotted Melia going into a cubicle to try the jeans on.The girl came in smiling, transmitting an aura of brightness into the cluttered cubicle of the room.I hate working in cubicles.I was nearly at the cubicle door when it creaked open and something squeezed out to take hold of me.Bowman stood in the cubicle, listening intently.Bowman glanced back only once at Whitehead, as he fought his way out of the cubicle.Inside the tiny cubicle is a mirror.shower cubicleFully tiled shower cubicle with fitted Triton T80 electric shower.
From Longman Business Dictionarycubiclecu‧bi‧cle /ˈkjuːbɪkəl/ noun [countable]OFFICE a small area in a large office that is separated by low walls from the rest of the officerows of office workers in their cubicles
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