English version

front room

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Buildings
front roomˌfront ˈroom noun [countable]  TBBthe main room in a house where you usually sit syn living room
Examples from the Corpus
front roomThe killers were Silje's friends; they had spent many days in Beate's front room playing with the children.From the front room, he heard the granddaughter clock chime four.Maureen was lying on the sofa in the front room.Lilly stood at the window in the front room with her hands clasped behind her back, looking down into the woods.In the front room she started to hold prayer meetings that were almost like seances.She glanced into the front room.Sarah Fleming saw them coming through the window of the front room.I went back into the scullery and opened the adjoining door to the front room.The front room was full of everything front rooms were full of when they had the sale after the Festival of Britain.
Pictures of the day
What are these?
Click on the pictures to check.