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1(set of rooms)apartamento masculinedepartamento masculine Latin Americapiso masculine Spainbefore noun apartmenthouse / (British) building — casa de pisos feminine Spain
- This was the room directly below the Cube Room, which once formed the north entrance to the private apartments and is now the public entrance.
- Apparently, until quite recently, one could request the air from the Marquis of Blandford's private apartments.
- The tour by-passed the private apartments on the next two floors.
- Service rooms and a kitchen lay at one end of the hall, and at the other the lord's private apartments.
- Climb upstairs to MacLeod's private apartments, however, and a more spartan world, emerges.
- Seconds later, Father Zeke emerged from his private apartments in the back of the chapel.
- By now, George had moved out of Buckingham Palace and into the nearby York House apartments of his eldest brother.
- She tore up to the private apartments and threw herself into the living room without knocking.
- Before leaving London, he has cast a shrewd eye over Lady Dedlock's private apartments.
- The door that led to his apartments from the dining room was firmly shut.
2formal(room)aposento masculine formalestancia feminine formal
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