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US /ˈbed.ruːm/ 
UK /ˈbed.ruːm/ 

A room used for sleeping in

Persian equivalent: 

اتاق خواب


A hotel with 50 bedrooms

هتلی با پنجاه اتاق خواب

Oxford Essential Dictionary


a room where you sleep

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English


bedroom S1 W2 /ˈbedrʊm, -ruːm/ BrE AmE noun [countable]
1. a room for sleeping in:
a hotel with 50 bedrooms
three-bedroomed/five-bedroomed etc
They’ve just bought a new four-bedroomed house in Edinburgh.
2. bedroom eyes a look in your eyes that shows that you are sexually attracted to someone
• • •
a single bedroom (=with a bed for one person) We have one single bedroom and two doubles.
a double bedroom (=with a big bed for two people) I'd like to book a double bedroom for two nights, please.
a twin bedroom (=with two single beds) Do you prefer a double or a twin bedroom?
the main/master bedroom (=the biggest bedroom in a house) The master bedroom has a view of the sea.
the spare bedroom (=for visitors) She set up a home office in the spare bedroom.
a study bedroom (=for students, with a bed and a desk) In my first year at university I had a really tiny study bedroom.
■ bedroom + NOUN
bedroom furniture All the bedroom furniture was old and falling apart.
the bedroom door/window etc Did you shut the bedroom window?

Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


bed·room [bedroom bedrooms] noun, adjective   [ˈbedruːm]    [ˈbedruːm]    [ˈbedrʊm]    [ˈbedrʊm] 


1. a room for sleeping in
the spare bedroom
a hotel with 20 bedrooms

This is the master bedroom (= the main bedroom of the house).

2. -bedroomed having the number of bedrooms mentioned
a three-bedroomed house  
Example Bank:
All the children had separate bedrooms.
I told him he could sleep in the spare bedroom.
I used to share a bedroom with my brother.
The actress refused to appear naked in the bedroom scenes.
The larger houses are four-bedroom houses.
There were dirty clothes strewn around the bedroom.
They converted the spare bedroom into an office.

an en suite master bedroom

adjective only before noun used as a way of referring to sexual activity
the bedroom scenes in the movie

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary - 4th Edition

bedroom / ˈbed.rʊm / / -ruːm / noun [ C ]

A1 a room used for sleeping in:

Our home has three bedrooms.

the master bedroom (= the main bedroom in a house)

You can stay in the spare bedroom.

We've just bought some new bedroom furniture.

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Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary



Frequency: The word is one of the 3000 most common words in English.

A bedroom is a room used for sleeping in.
...the spare bedroom.
...a two-bedroom apartment.


Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary: 

1bed·room /ˈbɛdˌruːm/ noun, pl -rooms [count] : a room used for sleeping
• a house with three bedrooms = a 3-bedroom house
• a spare/guest bedroom
• a large master bedroom [=a large bedroom that is the main bedroom in a house]
- bedroomed adj Brit
- used in combination
• a three-bedroomed house


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