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  front room  living room  
parlour ['pɑ:lə]
n. 客厅,会客室,特别室
同义词: front room living room living-room parlor sitting room
My sister goes to a beauty parlour once a week.
I looked around the hotel parlour, now restored as it was in1927.
My sister goes to a beauty parlour once a week.
"Never mind. You can go to the beauty parlour again tomorrow.
“不要紧,明天再去一次Beauty parlour
-- 汉英 - 翻译参考
Mr. Hall went very aggressively into the parlour.
-- 英汉 - 辞典例句
Mr. Justice was led into the parlour, in his night-cap and loose morning gown.
-- 英汉 - 辞典例句
The office was a front parlour with a panelled wall.
-- 英汉 - 辞典例句
He continued to inhale the close, and somewhat professional atmosphere of Mrs. Glass's small parlour.
-- 英汉 - 辞典例句
All evening he sat in a corner of the parlour next the fire, and drank rum and water strong.
-- 英汉 - 辞典例句
He stamped and shook the snow from off himself in the bar, and followed Mrs Hall into her guest parlour to strike his bargain.
-- 英汉 - 辞典例句
The master will, very likely, be watching from the parlour windows, to see that they fulfill his orders.
-- 英汉 - 辞典例句
The parlour was rather a small room, very plainly furnished, yet comfortable, because clean and neat.
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living room: a room in a private house or establishment where people can sit and talk and relax
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