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A room for working in, especially one equipped for a particular kind of work.
workshop, workroom, plant, factory, works, manufacturing complex, industrial unit, business unit, mill, foundry, yard, garage, atelier, studioView synonyms
- ‘On the wish list were a new kitchen, a breakfast room, a large family room with a fireplace, and a family workroom / studio.’
- ‘There is also a substantial pantry, wine cellar, a boiler room, a room for storing solid fuel and some workrooms, all at basement level.’
- ‘I took another step, this time passing the border of the hallway and the workroom.’
- ‘Funds raised last year were used to build a small workroom, where four sewing machines have been installed, to give dressmaking skills to local women to provide school uniforms for the orphaned children.’
- ‘But because I was the girl who was sent out to do the shopping for the workrooms, I knew where to get everything.’
- ‘It happens in cellars and garages and makeshift workrooms, and it mainly involves a lot of hard work.’
- ‘Today her workroom, or ‘nest’ as she refers to it, is overflowing with designs, feathers and boxes full of orders from as far afield as the US and top London hat designer Peter Bettley.’
- ‘The students have shown great progress and success in the workroom, in our developing tree nursery and even on the football field.’
- ‘Padded dress form torsos are a common sight at pattern companies, factory workrooms and professional design studios, but they're not a trade secret - dress forms are readily available to sewing hobbyists, too.’
- ‘He was spending the rainy day with his drawing pad, working out future kitchens, workrooms and such.’
- ‘Most of the windows were from hallways and workrooms, though there were a few belonging to cells.’
- ‘The shop has a retail area at the front and a workroom at the back, where the curtains, blinds, screens and pinboards are made.’
- ‘The centre will include a top-specification computer learning centre, gym, crèche, restaurant, conference room, library, employment centre and workrooms.’
- ‘There is a glass door in this corridor which lets in light and has been designed to connect with a future bedroom built above the workroom.’
- ‘All of life in its visual form seems to be represented in this cavernous loft space, and there are even more workrooms and storage to the rear.’
- ‘Later that century it was enclosed and the arches added, with a slaughterhouse and other workrooms in the basement, butchers and other shops on the ground floor.’
- ‘This remarkable facility includes classroom / workrooms, project rooms, advisory rooms, and a large common room.’
- ‘I can stay in my workroom for 15 hours without eating or sleeping, all my spirit is focused on painting.’
- ‘Use 4-foot fluorescent fixtures with reflective backing and electronic ballasts for your workroom, garage, and laundry areas.’
- ‘There were hundreds of girls down in the workrooms; one more would hardly make a difference.’
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