boxroom

boxroom

(ˈbɒksˌruːm; -ˌrʊm)
n
a small room or large cupboard in which boxes, cases, etc, may be stored
Translations

boxroom

[ˈbɒksrʊm] N (Brit) → trastero m

boxroom

[ˈbɒksˌrʊm] n (Brit) → ripostiglio, stanzino
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Nia Dawson, defending, said Yusoff suggested that police had over-reacted during an "unseemly struggle" in a tiny boxroom.
He holed up unhappily in Pandora's boxroom while she entertained a series of lovers in the master bedroom.
Despite his reputation as a big hitter in the live arena, the unlikely nerve centre for his multi-million-pound enterprise is a tiny boxroom in his Edinburgh flat.
I live in sheltered accommodation and one of the extra bedrooms is for an overnight carer to stay in, while the other is a boxroom used to store medical equipment in relation to my disability.
Enter by the front ground-floor entrance and you'll find a handy downstairs lavatory, useful storeroom or boxroom, hallway and a further room, which is currently set up as a study but could easily be used as a fourth bedroom.
The inner hallway also gives access to the family bathroom, two spacious bedrooms and a useful boxroom (this could be converted into another bathroom if required).
There's a beautiful lounge,large dining kitchen and two big bedrooms in addition to a handy boxroom that's currently fitted out as a walk-in wardrobe.
I WAS born in 1949 in the boxroom of my parents' house in Glencoe Road and the feature on the reunion (Telegraph, April 19) evoked strong memories of a happy childhood there.
IT'S that old favourite, the boxroom, that can be a decider in house purchase: its space for conversion into a small study can be irresistible.
With the help of her 37-year-old partner, Claudia planned to transform a tiny boxroom in their home in Willesden, North London, into a beautiful baby's bedroom.