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staffroom

(ˈstɑːfruːm)
n
a room used by staff or workers, esp by teachers in a school, to eat, relax, etc, between classes
Translations
غُرْفَةُ العَامِلِيـنغُرْفَة الهَيئه
sborovnaředitelna
lærerværelsepersonalerum
henkilökunnan huone
prostorije za osoblje
tanári szoba
kennarastofa; setustofa starfsmanna
職員室
직원실
zborovňa
personalrum
ห้องสำหรับคณะผู้ทำงาน
öğretmenler odasıpersonel odası
phòng nhân viên

staffroom

[ˈstɑːfruːm] nsalle f des professeurs

staff1

(staːf) noun or noun plural
a group of people employed in running a business, school etc. The school has a large teaching staff; The staff are annoyed about the changes.
verb
to supply with staff. Most of our offices are staffed by volunteers.
ˈstaffroom noun
a sitting-room for the staff of eg a school. A meeting will be held in the staffroom.

staffroom

غُرْفَةُ العَامِلِيـن sborovna personalerum Lehrerzimmer δωμάτιο προσωπικού sala de personal, sala de profesores henkilökunnan huone salle du personnel prostorije za osoblje sala professori 職員室 직원실 leraarskamer personalrom pokój dla personelu sala dos funcionários комната персонала personalrum ห้องสำหรับคณะผู้ทำงาน personel odası phòng nhân viên 职员休息室
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