Definition of study-bedroom in English:

study-bedroom

noun

British
  • A room used both as a bedroom and as a study, typically by a student who is resident at a university.

    • ‘The first-floor window in the centre of the picture was my study-bedroom.’
    • ‘The City of York Council planning officers have accepted a separate proposal to build a Hindu temple and 74 en-suite, single study-bedrooms for Gurkha soldiers based at Imphal Barracks.’
    • ‘Like many people of his age, Harry's small study-bedroom, which measures about 10 ft by 8ft, is a jumble of possessions.’
    • ‘Andrew glanced at the clock on the wall of his small university study-bedroom.’
    • ‘Boarders each have their own en suite study-bedrooms and there is a kitchenette on both floors, laundry, common room and chapel.’