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 (kōt′ro͞om′, -ro͝om′)


(ˈkəʊtˌrʊm; ˈkəʊtˌruːm)
a cloakroom


(ˈkloʊkˌrum, -ˌrʊm)

1. a room in which outer garments, umbrellas, etc., may be left temporarily, as in a restaurant.
2. Brit. a baggage room, as at a railway station.
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Noun1.coatroom - a room where coats and other articles can be left temporarily
room - an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
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Additionally, as of "2006, they earned less per hour than workers employed as locker room and coatroom attendants, gaming-booth cashiers, meter readers, and bicycle repairers.
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had a coatroom converted into the movie theater.
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I would keep his books and his coat because Spencer High School was so new, they didn't have a coatroom.
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It was in that coatroom where she reluctantly found herself one night beginning this collection of poetry, "Baby Pepper.
Lindsay took the bait, raised $5,000, and offered New Dramatists its original home: a coatroom in the Hudson Theatre.
During recess, he retreated to the coatroom with a permanent marker.