Definition of 'showroom'
Example sentences containing 'showroom'
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It also bought car showrooms and hotels. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There was a car sales showroom below. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The good news will be the many striking new cars hitting showrooms each month. The Sun (2011)Imagine being taken into a vast car showroom and told to choose what you like. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Across the petal trail goats picked their way along the pavement outside car showrooms and boutiques. Indian Balm - Travels in the Southern Subcontinent (1994)So she visited the showroom herself and having sat in the car decided the answer to her question was yes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This bank holiday weekend could be the perfect time to go showroom shopping and save yourself thousands of pounds on a new motor. The Sun (2007)They all worked part-time in an electricity showroom. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Or did you leave the showroom wondering whether you'd been taken for a sucker? Times, Sunday Times (2012)But the model guaranteed to fly out of showrooms is the new X5. The Sun (2013)For details of services that the fuel industries can provide, contact your local gas or electricity showroom. Stay Well This Winter (1989)You'll also find that auctions are much more exciting places than a trip to your local car showroom. The Sun (2006)The journey went well, apart from my head almost catching fire during the short walk from my car to the showroom. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It's a car you can crawl all over and leave the showroom convinced it represents a new dawn for the people carrier. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Buyers can check out the selection online and reserve the car of their choice, or visit a showroom and browse the vehicles under one roof. The Sun (2011)Now, although new stock was available in all the showrooms, sales were very sluggish. Basic Marketing. Principles and Practice (1986)The new models hit showrooms in summer, from around 14,000. The Sun (2015)But it will be 2012 before the new Porsche hits showrooms. The Sun (2009)On average they visit a showroom just once or twice before buying a car, as opposed to about four times as recently as five years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He glanced around once, twice, and then he launched the dustbin through the front window of a car showroom. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Many people cheerfully pay 27,000 for a new motor car, which loses one third of its value as it leaves the showroom. Times, Sunday Times (2010)With buyers unable to get to used showrooms, sales dried up and dealers stayed away from auctions because they didn't need as much new stock. The Sun (2010)A typical day will include calls to brand bosses, lunch with a brand designer, and a visit to a showroom or shop. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'showroom'
British English: showroom NOUN
A showroom is a shop in which goods are displayed for sale, especially goods such as cars or electrical or gas appliances.
...a car showroom.
- American English: showroom
- Brazilian Portuguese: sala de exposição
- Chinese: > 展销店汽车、电器或煤气用具的
- European Spanish: salón de exposición
- French: salle d'exposition
- German: Ausstellungsraum
- Italian: showroom
- Japanese: ショールーム
- Korean: 전시실
- European Portuguese: sala de exposição
- Spanish: salón de exposición
Definition of showroom from the Collins English Dictionary
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