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  1. suite

    • IPA[swiːt]

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    • n.
      a set of rooms designated for one person's or family's use or for a particular purpose;a set of coordinating furniture
    • noun: suite, plural noun: suites

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a set of rooms designated for one person's or family's use or for a particular purpose:

      a suite of reception rooms

    • 2. a set of coordinating furniture:

      there is plenty of space for a dining table and a three-piece suite

    • 3. a set of instrumental compositions, originally in dance style, to be played in succession.
    • 4. a set of selected pieces from an opera or musical, arranged to be played as one instrumental work.
    • 5. a group of people in attendance on a monarch or other person of high rank:

      the Royal Saloon was built for the use of the Queen and her suite

    • 6. a set of programs with a uniform design and the ability to share data.
    • 7. a group of minerals, rocks, or fossils occurring together and characteristic of a location or period:

      potassic rock suites are a characteristic feature of the area

    • adj.
      (of a bathroom) immediately adjoining a bedroom and forming part of the same set of rooms:
    • all rooms have en-suite facilities
    • adv.
      (with reference to a bathroom) so as to form part of the same set of rooms as a bedroom:
    • each bedroom has a small bathroom en suite
    • n.
      a bathroom that immediately adjoins a bedroom and forms part of the same set of rooms:
    • the en suite is fully tiled in black and white and has a double shower

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    • adj.
      (of a bathroom) immediately adjoining a bedroom and forming part of the same set of rooms:
    • all rooms have en-suite facilities
    • adv.
      (with reference to a bathroom) so as to form part of the same set of rooms as a bedroom:
    • each bedroom has a small bathroom en suite
    • n.
      a bathroom that immediately adjoins a bedroom and forms part of the same set of rooms:
    • the en suite is fully tiled in black and white and has a double shower

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    • n. a set of coordinating furniture for a bedroom:

    • a four-piece satinwood bedroom suite

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    • n. a set of coordinating furniture for a bedroom:

    • a four-piece satinwood bedroom suite

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    • n. a set of coordinating fittings for a bathroom, typically comprising a bath, washbasin, and toilet:

    • the bathroom suite is white and includes a bath with shower attachment

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    • n. a room with exercise equipment in a leisure centre or similar building.

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    • n. a set of coordinating fixtures for a bathroom, typically comprising a bathtub, sink, and toilet:

    • she hired a plumber to install a new bathroom suite in the house

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    • n. a room containing equipment for electronically editing video-recorded material.

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    • IPA[swēt]

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    • n.
      a set of rooms designated for one person's or family's use or for a particular purpose:
    • a suite of reception rooms

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