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living room

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The term "living room" is a noun in English language, originating in the late 19th century. It refers to a room in a house or apartment, typically used for general and informal social activities such as relaxing, conversing, and entertainment. The term underscores the room's function as a space for 'living', differentiating it from more formal, specialized rooms like the dining room or study.
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Sure, here's a short sentence: "After a long day, she relaxed on the comfy sofa in the living room."
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room

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"Room" is a noun in English, originating from Old English "rūm." It primarily refers to a separate area within a building, enclosed by walls and typically with a door. It can also mean space that can be occupied or where something can be done, or opportunity or scope for something. In verb form, it means to occupy a room or rooms.
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