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Definition of 'waiting room'

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Example sentences containing 'waiting room'

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A woman with an open white coat appeared in the waiting room. Hugo Wilcken THE EXECUTION (2001)Sarah stood at the window of the waiting room, a cup of tea in her hand. Higgins, Jack A SEASON IN HELL (2001)There was no one in the waiting room at the Wu Lin Dental Practice. Mark Burnell CHAMELEON (2001)

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Translations for 'waiting room'

British English: waiting room /ˈweɪtɪŋ rʊm/ NOUN
A waiting room is a room in a place such as a railway station or a clinic, where people can sit down while they wait.
  • American English: waiting room
  • Arabic: غُرْفُةُ انِتْظَار
  • Brazilian Portuguese: sala de espera
  • Chinese: 等候室
  • Croatian: čekaonica
  • Czech: čekárna
  • Danish: venteværelse
  • Dutch: wachtkamer
  • European Spanish: sala de espera
  • Finnish: odotushuone
  • French: salle d’attente
  • German: Wartezimmer
  • Greek: αίθουσα αναμονής
  • Italian: sala d’attesa
  • Japanese: 待合室
  • Korean: 대기실
  • Norwegian: venterom
  • Polish: poczekalnia
  • European Portuguese: sala de espera
  • Romanian: sală de așteptare
  • Russian: зал ожидания
  • Spanish: sala de espera
  • Swedish: väntrum
  • Thai: ห้องที่ใช้นั่งรอ
  • Turkish: bekleme odası
  • Ukrainian: зала очікування
  • Vietnamese: phòng chờ

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