Definition of 'cloakroom'
Example sentences containing 'cloakroom'
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The club's former cloakroom attendant has been given the crazed grin of a bunny boiler and arms that seem more like distressed eels than human limbs. Times, Sunday Times (2017)For example he would sometimes leave his coat in his car to avoid tipping the cloakroom attendant. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Got a tiny bathroom or cloakroom? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Once inside, you have to hand over your handbag to a cloakroom attendant. Times, Sunday Times (2006)SHE was the jazz club cloakroom attendant who yearned to sing. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I stepped back and asked the cloakroom attendant to call the police. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A glass and oak staircase in the centre of the house sits alongside the utility room and cloakroom. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A study is sectioned off to one side and a large, curved pod on the other contains a utility room and cloakroom. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She also had a part-time job as a cloakroom attendant in one of the city's popular dance halls where she liked to dance and flirt. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)And an extremely white collar means that you own your own and don't have to sit clutching a cloakroom ticket, hoping to win one. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'cloakroom'
British English: cloakroom /ˈkləʊkˌruːm; -ˌrʊm/ NOUN
A cloakroom is a small room in a public building where people can leave their coats.
...a cloakroom attendant.
- American English: cloakroom
- Arabic: حُجْرَة لـِحَفْظ الـمَعاطِف
- Brazilian Portuguese: vestiário
- Chinese: 衣帽间
- Croatian: garderoba
- Czech: šatna
- Danish: garderobe
- Dutch: garderobe
- European Spanish: guardarropa
- Finnish: vaatesäilytys
- French: vestiaire
- German: Garderobe Kleiderabgabe
- Greek: γκαρνταρόμπα
- Italian: guardaroba
- Japanese: クローク
- Korean: 휴대품 보관소
- Norwegian: garderobe
- Polish: szatnia
- European Portuguese: vestiário
- Romanian: garderobă
- Russian: гардероб
- Spanish: guardarropa
- Swedish: kapprum
- Thai: ห้องเก็บเสื้อโค้ท
- Turkish: vestiyer
- Ukrainian: гардероб
- Vietnamese: phòng để mũ áo
Definition of cloakroom from the Collins English Dictionary
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