changing room


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chang·ing room

 (chănj′ĭng)
n.
1. A room where a person can change clothes, especially at a gymnasium or pool and often having lockers or showers.
2. A fitting room.

chang′ing room`


n.
Brit. a locker room for athletes.
[1935–40]

changing room

locker room
Translations
šatna
omklædningsrum
pukuhuonepukukoppisovituskoppi
svlačionica
öltözőpróbafülke
更衣室
탈의실
omklädningsrum
ห้องเปลี่ยนเสื้อผ้า
phòng thay quần áo

changing room

n (in store) → Ankleideraum m, → Kabine f; (Sport) → Umkleideraum m, → Umkleidekabine f

changing room

غُرْفَةٌ لِتَبْدِيلِ الـمَلاَبِس šatna omklædningsrum Umkleidekabine αποδυτήρια vestier, vestuario pukuhuone vestiaires svlačionica spogliatoio 更衣室 탈의실 paskamer omkledningsværelse przebieralnia provador, vestiário раздевалка omklädningsrum ห้องเปลี่ยนเสื้อผ้า soyunma odası phòng thay quần áo 更衣室
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