cloakroom
Pronunciation
  • IPA: /ˈkləʊkɹʊm/, /ˈkləʊkɹuːm/
Noun

cloakroom (plural cloakrooms)

  1. A room intended for holding guests' cloaks and other heavy outerwear, as at a theater.
  2. (British, Irish) A room intended for holding luggage, as at an airport.
  3. A private lounge next to a legislative chamber.
  4. (British, Irish, euphemistic) A lavatory, now particularly a small secondary lavatory or a men's room.
Synonyms Translations Translations
  • French: consigne
  • German: Gepäcksaufbewahrung, Gepäckaufbewahrung
  • Italian: deposito, deposito bagagli
  • Portuguese: sala de bagagem
  • Russian: ка́мера хране́ния
  • Spanish: sala de equipajes, consigna de equipajes



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