English version

roomy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishroomyroom‧y /ˈruːmi/ adjective  BIGa house, car etc that is roomy is large and has a lot of space inside it syn spacious opp cramped
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roomyThe interior, although fairly basic in its design, is roomy and much better screwed together than a few years ago.But it's also practical, roomy and well equipped.Its cabin is roomy and well-planned and full of equipment.The island has 24 roomy bungalows scattered about the beachfront, each with a wide verandah and excellent facilities.They would operate from roomy vicarages with ample grounds and were welcome guests at the highest tables in their parishes.
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