- a sitting room in a private house；a room in a public building for receiving guests
- denoting a person who professes belief in but does not actively support a specified (especially radical) political view
noun: parlour, plural noun: parlours
- 1. dated a sitting room in a private house they had lunch in the parlour she knocked on the parlour door 同義詞
- 2. a room in a public building for receiving guests the mayor's parlour
- ▪ a room in a monastery or convent that is set aside for conversation.
- 3. a shop or business providing specified goods or services an ice-cream parlour a funeral parlour 同義詞
- 4. a room or building equipped for milking cows.
- 1. derogatory denoting a person who professes belief in but does not actively support a specified (especially radical) political view the parlour Socialists of the late Victorian period
- a sitting room in a private house: they had lunch in the parlor she knocked on the parlor door
- denoting a person who professes but does not actively give support to a specified (especially ... parlor libertarians
Oxford American Dictionary
- an establishment providing massage.
- an indoor game, especially a word game.
- a luxuriously fitted railway carriage, typically with individually reserved seats.
- an establishment in which tattooing is carried out professionally: many tattoo parlours today double as piercing studios
- an establishment where the dead are prepared for burial or cremation.
- a small Central American palm which is grown as a popular pot plant.
- a room in a hotel or tavern where beer is served.
- a shop or cafe selling ice cream: she can't find teaching work so she's in a job at the local ice-cream parlour