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state·room

 (stāt′ro͞om′, -ro͝om′)
n.
A private cabin or compartment with sleeping accommodations on a ship or train.
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stateroom

(ˈsteɪtˌruːm; -ˌrʊm)
n
1. a private cabin or room on a ship, train, etc
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) chiefly Brit a large room in a palace or other building for use on state occasions
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state•room

(ˈsteɪtˌrum, -ˌrʊm)

n.
a private room or compartment on a ship, train, etc.
[1695–1705]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stateroom - a guest cabin
cabin - small room on a ship or boat where people sleep
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Translations

stateroom

[ˈsteɪtrʊm] N (Naut) → camarote m (esp Brit) (in palace etc) → salón m de gala
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stateroom

[ˈsteɪtruːm] n
(mainly British) (in palace)salle f d'honneur
(on passenger ship)cabine f de luxestate-run [ˌsteɪtˈrʌn] adjd'État
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

stateroom

[ˈsteɪtˌrʊm] n (in palace) → salone m di rappresentanza; (on ship) → cabina
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These berths, to be sure, were so exceedingly narrow as to be insufficient for more than one person; still, I could not comprehend why there were THREE staterooms for these four persons.
Not only had barrels of beef and bread been given away to make room for the far more valuable sperm, but additional supplemental casks had been bartered for, from the ships she had met; and these were stowed along the deck, and in the captain's and officers' staterooms. Even the cabin table itself had been knocked into kindling-wood; and the cabin mess dined off the broad head of an oil-butt, lashed down to the floor for a centrepiece.
Her interior was wholly rebuilt, so that the hold became main-cabin and staterooms, while abaft amidships were installed engines, a dynamo, an ice machine, storage batteries, and, far in the stern, gasoline tanks.
I rejoiced to know that a few vacant staterooms were still left.
This was because he was confined to the steward's stateroom. Nobody else knew that he was on board, and Dag Daughtry, thoroughly aware that he had stolen a white man's dog, hoped to keep his presence secret and smuggle him ashore when the Makambo docked in Sydney.
In his stateroom with Paulvitch he fumed and swore, threatening the most terrible of revenges.
"And besides," I says, "we might borrow something worth having out of the captain's stateroom. Seegars, I bet you -- and cost five cents apiece, solid cash.
The hatchet-marks were still raw on the door of our tiny stateroom advertising an event of a few months before.
I went into his stateroom; he was lying on his couch wrapped up in a rug, with a pillow under his head.
From the very start me and Tom allowed that there was somebody sick in the stateroom next to ourn, because the meals was always toted in there by the waiters.
I lay in a berth amid the familiar surroundings of the stateroom of a steamer.
I wish to secure the whole of stateroom number twenty-eight.