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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Magpie in Banchory, formerly known as The Boxroom, has helped give new life to thousands of tonnes of old furniture, clothing and other household goods which would otherwise be destined for landfill.
Magpie in Banchory, formerly known as The Boxroom, has helped to give new life to thousands of tonnes of old furniture, clothing and other household goods which would otherwise be destined for landfill over the last two decades.
She can't even go to her dad's tiny boxroom because she's been told she will look as if she's made herself "intentionally homeless" and be ineligible for help.
Mr McLachlan said an ambulance was called at 2pm and Mr Purcell led a paramedic to a boxroom, where his wife was lying dead on a stained mattress.
chamber, room, cell, professional association, boxroom
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.
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).
What's the deal: This second-floor flat in a refurbished tenement is a cracking buy in a sought-after area.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.