a division of a building, which has its own wall, floor, and ceiling and is usually used for a particular purpose
space that could be filled, or that is enough for the stated purpose
have lodgings; have a room or rooms
"the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
"room to pass"
"make way for"
"hardly enough elbow room to turn around"
"room for improvement"
"the whole room was cheering"
"she rooms in an old boarding house"
Customers who need garage room for..vehicles.
The economy size tube..takes up more room.
出自： R. P. Bissell
I think I shall room alone hereafter.
出自： T. C. Wolfe
Go to Harvard..and room together.
出自： R. Jaffe
I wouldn't want to room with him.
误 The train was so crowded that there were hardly standing room in it.
正 The train was so crowded that there was hardly standing room in it.
析 当room 表示“空间,地方”时为不可数名词,谓语动词应用单数形式。
误 They should retire to make a room for younger men.
正 They should retire to make room for younger men.
析 room表示“余地”时是不可数名词,不可说a room。
误 The hero has no room displaying his prowess.
正 The hero has no room to display his prowess.