bachelor apartment


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bachelor apartment

n
US and Canadian a flat consisting of one room that is used as a sitting room and bedroom, as well as a kitchenette and a bathroom
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2 million won, or slightly over 500,000 won a month, hardly enough to pay the monthly rent of a bachelor apartment in Seoul.
It was designed as a bachelor apartment, and Kovacic lived and worked there alone until he married Terezija Arhanic in 1923.
Meantime he set up a plush bachelor apartment and entertained lavishly.
The president recalled in April's Vogue that he had a little bachelor apartment that Michelle refused to stay in because she thought it was messy, adding that there were pizza boxes everywhere.
Chapter 2 examines the bachelor apartment as imagined in Playboy in the 1950s before considering its representation in films from Pillow Talk and The Apartment to The Odd Couple, Rope, and The Boys in the Band.
I lost so much money in the early years you would have found me at zero per cent in a bachelor apartment in Sudbury with running water that ran all the time, windows that didn't open, and doors that didn't close.