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antechamber.n

  • Then he got up and walked out into the
    antechamber
    odotushuoneeseen
    .

anteroom.n

  • Romanov was led to an
    anteroom
    odotushuoneeseen
    .

apartment.n

  • He left the
    apartment
    huoneistosta
    in the morning.

atelier.n

  • France's new Minister of Culture lives in Fernand Leger's
    atelier
    ateljeessa

attic.n

  • He left the
    attic
    ullakolta
    , slamming the door behind him.

ballroom.n

  • An amazed buzz ran around the
    ballroom
    tanssisalin
    .

banquet room.n

  • The last show of the tour was in Atlanta and I decided to give a little party for the singers and musicians and the crew and I t ried to rent a
    banquet room
    juhlatilan
    at the hotel, but because it was Thanksgiving Weekend, they said they could only give me a suite. N

basement.n

  • That's right, they lived in the
    basement
    kellarissa
    .

bathroom.n

  • I went into the
    bathroom
    kylpyhuoneeseen
    .

bedroom.n

  • Joe entered the
    bedroom
    makuuhuoneeseen
    .

ben.n

  • The inhabitants of the closes and the tenements had headed for the high ground, leaving the trams and turmoil behind for the mist, the heather, and a good brew-up in the but and
    ben
    mökissä
    .

boudoir.n

  • She sat in the kitchen or in her
    boudoir
    budoaarissa
    .

buttery.n

  • The wind was too strong to open the great door, so they were going out through the
    buttery
    ruokasäiliön
    .

catacomb.n

  • The experience is like entering the
    catacombs
    katakombeihin
    and I wouldn't have been the least surprised to have come across the odd skull or two in this formidable kind of Davey Jones' locker.

cell.n

  • She ran into the
    cell
    selliin
    .

cellar.n

  • I'd like them shown into the
    cellar
    kellariin
    , please.

chamber.n

  • The man's
    chamber
    huone
    was locked.

chancellery.n

  • Some are just spectators, here for a gawk and a good time, but many of them have run to the Reich
    Chancellery
    kanslerinvirastoon
    terrified of Ivan, fleeing from what they imagine is going to happen when he gets his hands on them.

chapel.n

  • It's like living in a
    chapel
    kappelissa
    of rest. ”

cloakroom.n

  • I'll show you the
    cloakroom
    vaatesäilön
    … ”

closet.n

  • `The one he was locked in the
    closet
    komeroon
    with the night I arrived.

corridor.n

  • She ran down the
    corridor
    käytävää
    .

den.n

  • I enter the sci-fi disco
    den
    luolaan
    .

dining room.n

  • We stayed in the
    dining room
    ruokailuhuoneessa
    for our coffee.

dressing room.n

  • The
    dressing room
    pukuhuone
    was locked for 40 minutes.

elevator.n

  • We entered an
    elevator
    hissiin
    and went down.

family room.n

  • After a while I left the
    family room
    perhehuoneesta
    and wandered through the great central hall and on into the far side of the house, into Perkin's workroom.

flat.n

  • I cook and run the
    flat
    huoneistoa
    .
  • The
    flat
    huoneisto
    was seven flights up, and Winston, who was thirty-nine and had a varicose ulcer above his right ankle, went slowly, resting several times on the way.
  • Inside the
    flat
    huoneiston
    a fruity voice was reading out a list of figures which had something to do with the production of pig-iron.

foyer.n

  • Hari moved purposefully towards the
    foyer
    aulaa
    .

garret.n

  • At this point (c. 1760) she retired to a
    garret
    ullakkohuoneeseen
    in Alton where she prepared her Poems on Several Occasions (1762) UR.

guest room.n

  • Can I book you a
    guest room
    vierashuoneen
    until tomorrow?

hallway.n

  • Christina entered the
    hallway
    eteishalliin
    and switched on the ceiling fan.

kitchen.n

  • He left the
    kitchen
    keittiöstä
    .

kitchenette.n

  • There was no response so I called again and walked over to the
    kitchenette
    keittokomeroon
    .

larder.n

  • And the
    larder
    ruokakomero
    was locked again.

lavatory.n

  • Eliot asked to be shown the
    lavatory
    WC
    .

lift.n

  • Pascoe took the
    lift
    hissin
    back down a floor.

living room.n

  • She was too exhausted to resist and showed them into the
    living room
    olohuoneeseen
    .

lobby.n

  • Marler challenged him as they walked across the
    lobby
    aulaan
    .

loft.n

  • I want to convert my
    loft
    ullakkoni
    to a shower room.

master bedroom.n

  • He was in the dressing room adjoining the
    master bedroom
    makuuhuoneen
    , wearing just his socks and silk boxer shorts, when the doorbell rang.

nursery.n

  • `I think you can stay in the
    nursery
    lastenhuoneessa
    , ``Liz said.

office.n

  • He left the
    office
    toimistosta
    .

pantry.n

  • I ran to the
    pantry
    ruokakomeroon
    .

playroom.n

  • Celia ran into the
    playroom
    leikkihuoneeseen
    , crying.

porch.n

  • He sleeps in the
    porch
    eteisessä
    sometimes.

powder room.n

  • Will you take me to the
    powder room
    naistenhuoneeseen
    , please?

refectory.n

  • As Bernice entered the
    refectory
    ruokalaan
    she almost bumped into the Doctor.

repository.n

  • The country must build a working
    repository
    säilö
    by about 1998.

rest room.n

  • `If you'd like to come this way, Mrs Bouverie, I'll show you the warehouse and the
    rest room
    lepohuoneen
    .

room.n

  • Buzz left the
    room
    huoneesta
    .

rumpus room.n

  • He went downstairs to the
    rumpus room
    oleskeluhuoneeseen
    and rummaged behind the tiny bar, and, after digging through a seemingly endless collection of empty pop bottles, came up with half a bottle of rye and some ginger ale.

sacristy.n

  • `Lock the
    sacristy
    sakasti
    , please, ``he whispered to her.

salon.n

  • They walked towards the
    salon
    salonkia
    together, arm in arm.

scullery.n

  • I went into the
    scullery
    apukeittiöön
    .

sitting room.n

  • `We could build a
    sitting room
    olohuoneen
    up there.

solarium.n

  • This gives you access to the main centre's restaurant, bar, squash courts, snooker rooms, gym, sauna and
    solarium
    solariumiin
    .

storeroom.n

  • He did sometimes stay in the
    storeroom
    varastohuoneessa
    and check the day's accounts.

studio.n

  • We moved into a `
    studio
    yksiöön
    ``in Roxbury.

study.n

  • `I ran into the
    study
    työhuoneeseen
    and then she hit me.

veranda.n

  • Sit out on the
    veranda
    kuistilla
    and drink in the stunning view as you sip your gin pahit (pink gin).

vestibule.n

  • We sat in a high
    vestibule
    eteisessä
    between the street and the courtyard.

ward.n

  • We're running this
    ward
    sairasosastoa
    .

wine cellar.n

  • He'd auctioned his
    wine cellar
    viinikellarinsa
    and chuckled at the £28,000 it made.

wing.n

  • In the 18th century a further
    wing
    siipi
    was added.

workroom.n

  • Unlocking the door, he walked through the darkened
    workroom
    työhuoneen
    and slowly.

workshop.n

  • You can sleep in the
    workshop
    työpajassa
    .
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