single room


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Translations
jednolůžkový pokoj
enkeltværelse
yhden hengen huone
jednokrevetna soba
シングルルーム
1인용 방
enkelrum
ห้องเดี่ยว
phòng đơn

single room

ncamera singola
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

single room

غُرْفَةٌ لِشَخْصٍ وَاحِدٍ jednolůžkový pokoj enkeltværelse Einzelzimmer μονό δωμάτιο habitación individual yhden hengen huone chambre d’une personne jednokrevetna soba camera singola シングルルーム 1인용 방 eenpersoonskamer enkeltrom pokój jednoosobowy quarto individual номер на одного человека enkelrum ห้องเดี่ยว tek kişilik oda phòng đơn 单人房间
Multilingual Translator © HarperCollins Publishers 2009
References in classic literature ?
Inside there were five stories, each story being a single room.
They have searched the temple--all save this single room."
Beyond it there lay amid the trees the wattle-and-daub hut of a laborer, the door open, and the single room exposed to the view.
In that single room was a vast treasure equal to the wealth of many a large city.
The house consisted of a single room, which was lighted by a wretched window covered with linen cloth.
Nor is that surprising, seeing that the family lives in a single room, with only a screen to divide it for decency's sake.
There was one singular exception, however, for he had a single room, a lumber-room up among the attics, which was invariably locked, and which he would never permit either me or anyone else to enter.
It was a deserted cabin of a single room, eight feet by ten on the inside.
"Two single rooms, and if you've got such a thing we'd rather like a cot in one of them."
They could have one double room for twenty-five shillings a week each, and five shillings extra for the baby, or they could have two single rooms for a pound a week more.
"I have to charge that much more," the woman explained apologetically, "because if I'm pushed to it I can put two beds even in the single rooms."
It is not a scrambling collection of low single rooms, with as many roofs as windows; it is not cramped into the vulgar compactness of a square farmhouse: it is a solid, roomy, mansion-like looking house, such as one might suppose a respectable old country family had lived in from generation to generation, through two centuries at least, and were now spending from two to three thousand a year in." Miss Crawford listened, and Edmund agreed to this.

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