Translation: from english

semiprivate room

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  • room — n. partitioned part of a building 1) to rent a room from 2) to let (BE), let out (BE), rent, rent out (AE) a room to 3) to book (BE), reserve a room 4) an adjoining; back; baggage (AE); banquet room; bathroom; bedroom; board; changing (BE),… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • semiprivate — semi·pri·vate prī vət adj of, receiving, or associated with hospital service giving a patient more privileges than a ward patient but fewer than a private patient <a semiprivate room> …   Medical dictionary

  • semiprivate — adjective confined to a small number of hospital patients semiprivate room • Similar to: ↑private …   Useful english dictionary

  • semiprivate — [sem΄iprī′vət] adj. partly but not completely private; specif., designating or of a hospital room with two, three, or sometimes four beds …   English World dictionary

  • semiprivate — semiprivacy /sem ee pruy veuh see, sem uy /, n. /sem ee pruy vit, sem uy /, adj. having some degree of privacy but not fully private, as a hospital room with fewer beds than a ward. [1875 80; SEMI + PRIVATE] * * * …   Universalium

  • semiprivate — adjective More private than usual accommodations, but not fully private; used especially of a hospital room that is shared by two patients in contradistinction to a ward containing many patients …   Wiktionary

  • semi·pri·vate — /ˌsɛmiˈpraıvət/ adj 1 : available to a small number of people : providing some but not complete privacy a semiprivate terrace/pool 2 : shared by two patients a semiprivate room in a hospital …   Useful english dictionary

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