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German translation of 'room'

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room

[ruːm]
noun
1.  (in house, building) Zimmer nt
(public hall, ballroom etc) Saal m
(office) Büro nt
the whole room laughed alle im Zimmer lachtender ganze Saal lachte
2.  no plural (space) Platz m
(figurative) Spielraum m
is there (enough) room? ist da genügend Platz?
there is room for two (people) es ist genügend Platz für zwei (Leute)
to make room for sb/sth für jdn/etw Platz machen
there is no room for doubt es kann keinen Zweifel geben
there is room for improvement in your work Ihre Arbeit könnte um einiges besser sein
room for manoeuvre (British) or maneuver (US) Spielraum m
intransitive verb
zur Untermiete wohnen

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Example Sentences Including 'room'

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The property has its original pub frontage with two doors, atmospheric rooms with beamed ceilings, and a modern kitchen and bathrooms.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Set up connections in conference rooms instead!
Computing (2010)
The vast room emitted a brilliant light.
Philip Marsden The Barefoot Emperor: An Ethiopian Tragedy (2007)
They ask him to sell his room in the house.
Charles Glass The Tribes Triumphant (2006)
But it was only being in the same room at a party that made it happen.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
He and his two dogs occupy only three rooms.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
She demands to share his hotel room instead.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Some gardeners worry that they simply do not have enough room for winter greenery.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Studio room with kitchen area and a wet room.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The back door leads straight into the dining room and kitchen areas, which have now been knocked into one room.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
The room and space you have to hang the picture in is a key consideration.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The rooms have pitched ceilings supported by wooden beams.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
We used one of the conference rooms and my husband accompanied me.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Why waste cash warming up the spare room or bedrooms during the day?
The Sun (2013)
One room alone is two hundred and twenty square yards.
Elizabeth Gaskell North and South (1855)
But inside the home dressing room the atmosphere was very different.
The Sun (2012)
That might leave us with a bit more room to manoeuvre.
The Sun (2014)
The feeling in the dressing room is just brilliant.
The Sun (2016)
The players have explained why cash was found in their hotel rooms by police.
The Sun (2010)
One hour is a long time to be lighting up an empty room.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
She avoided their eyes when they met in the laundry room of their apartment block.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Dining room and bedrooms overlook the vineyards.
Millon, Kim & Millon, Marc The Wine Roads of France (1989)
Each room or apartment looks different and all have quirky artworks on the walls.
The Sun (2012)
He saw his wife in the dining room and decided enough was enough.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
He spent an hour in her hotel room before partying the next night in a Manchester club.
The Sun (2016)
The rooms have high ceilings and tiled floors.
The Sun (2013)
The trouble is that he has little room to manoeuvre.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
This put the board in a tricky position and left her with little room to manoeuvre.
The Sun (2016)
Who were the other people in that room?
The Sun (2008)
You clear it room by room, house by house.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The simplest way to use photographic lights is to fill in the darker areas of the room.
Freeman, Michael Photographers Handbook (1993)

Trends of 'room'

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'room' in Other Languages

British English: room /ruːm; rʊm/ NOUN
section of a building A room is a part of a building that has its own walls.
  • American English: room
  • Arabic: غُرْفَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: quarto casa
  • Chinese: 房间
  • Croatian: soba
  • Czech: pokoj
  • Danish: værelse
  • Dutch: kamer
  • European Spanish: habitación
  • Finnish: huone
  • French: pièce chambre
  • German: Zimmer
  • Greek: δωμάτιο
  • Italian: camera
  • Japanese: 部屋
  • Korean:
  • Norwegian: rom værelse
  • Polish: pokój pomieszczenie
  • European Portuguese: quarto casa
  • Romanian: cameră
  • Russian: комната
  • Latin American Spanish: habitación
  • Swedish: rum
  • Thai: ห้อง
  • Turkish: oda
  • Ukrainian: кімната
  • Vietnamese: phòng không gian
British English: room /ruːm; rʊm/ NOUN
space If there is room somewhere, there is a enough empty space.
There isn't room for any more furniture in here.
  • American English: room
  • Arabic: مَكان
  • Brazilian Portuguese: espaço
  • Chinese: 空间
  • Croatian: slododan prostor
  • Czech: místodostatek prostoru
  • Danish: plads
  • Dutch: ruimte
  • European Spanish: sitio
  • Finnish: tila
  • French: espaceespace libre
  • German: Raum
  • Greek: χώρος
  • Italian: spazio
  • Japanese: スペース
  • Korean: 공간
  • Norwegian: plass
  • Polish: miejsce
  • European Portuguese: espaço
  • Romanian: loc
  • Russian: свободное место
  • Latin American Spanish: espacio
  • Swedish: rum
  • Thai: ที่ว่าง
  • Turkish: boş yer
  • Ukrainian: місце
  • Vietnamese: chỗ

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