playroom


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play·room

 (plā′ro͞om′, -ro͝om′)
n.
A room designed or set aside for recreation or playing.

playroom

(ˈpleɪˌruːm; -ˌrʊm)
n
a recreation room, esp for children

play•room

(ˈpleɪˌrum, -ˌrʊm)

n.
a room set aside for recreation.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.playroom - a recreation room for noisy activities (parties or children's play etc)playroom - a recreation room for noisy activities (parties or children's play etc)
rec room, recreation room - a room equipped for informal entertaining
Translations

playroom

[ˈpleɪrʊm] Ncuarto m de juego

playroom

[ˈpleɪruːm] nsalle f de jeux

playroom

[ˈpleɪˌrʊm] nstanza dei giochi
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Eustace informed me that he had told his stories to the children in various situations--in the woods, on the shore of the lake, in the dell of Shadow Brook, in the playroom, at Tanglewood fireside, and in a magnificent palace of snow, with ice windows, which he helped his little friends to build.
I suppose when this was used as a playroom they had to take the nursery things out, and no wonder!
It was nursery first and then playroom and gymnasium, I should judge; for the windows are barred for little children, and there are rings and things in the walls.
As the mother of two autistic boys, Kathy Labosh draws upon her experience and hard-earned expertise to write The Child With Autism At Home: The Home-Life Guide which is a succinct compilation of 350 tips for parenting an autistic child in every area of the home environment including the attic, master bedroom, child's bedroom, "the corner", the family room, playroom, music room, kitchen, study, bathroom, broom closet, even the front and back doors.
This exhibition by Maurizio Mochetti, a Roman artist who had his first solo show in 1968, resembled an adolescent's playroom. One installation--Pinguini (Penguins), 1987/2005--included a group of models of Nazi rockets with multicolored paint jobs, apparently ready to blast off vertically.
Food Lion has donated $250,000 to the Johns Hopkins Children's Center in Baltimore to build an inpatient playroom on the oncology unit of a new children's hospital that is slated to break ground this spring and open in 2009.
Children's Playroom: The children's playroom, which has cupboards full of toys, several table and chair sets for children, a changing table and small fridge, and some craft supplies, can be rented for parties or other private events by members.
An experimenter observed each toddler in a playroom that included an indoor slide, a child-size chair, and a toy car that a child can sit in and propel by foot.
Of those lines that have babysitting for infants, it's either private babysitting in the cabin or group babysitting in the playroom. Both have their pros and cons.
The facility has a waiting room for customers and a playroom for young family members.
Especially as certain deadlines loom over you, it's sometimes easier to move on to what you do well (in Jake's case it's assembling Legos[R], in your case it's attending to residents) rather than do what you have to do (in Jake's case it's cleaning up the playroom before bedtime, in your case it's assuring that you're completing your Transaction and Code Sets compliance by HIPAA's Oct.
(Kyle's teacher and the counselor walked him to a playroom.]