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English noun: chamber

1. chamber (artifact) a natural or artificial enclosed space


Broader (hypernym)enclosure


Narrower (hyponym)air lock, air-raid shelter, airlock, bomb shelter, bombproof, burial chamber, caisson, camera obscura, cavity resonator, cofferdam, core, cylinder, fireroom, firing chamber, furnace, gun chamber, hyperbaric chamber, packing box, particle detector, piston chamber, pneumatic caisson, resonating chamber, resonator, sepulcher, sepulchre, sepulture, steam chest, stokehold, stokehole, stuffing box, tokamak, vacuum chamber

2. chamber (body) an enclosed volume in the body


SamplesThe chambers of his heart were healthy.


Broader (hypernym)bodily cavity, cavity, cavum


Narrower (hyponym)atrium, heart ventricle, ventricle

3. chamber (artifact) a room where a judge transacts business


Broader (hypernym)room


Narrower (hyponym)divan, diwan

4. chamber (group) a deliberative or legislative or administrative or judicial assembly


SamplesThe upper chamber is the senate.


Broader (hypernym)assembly

5. chamber (artifact) a room used primarily for sleeping


Synonymsbedchamber, bedroom, sleeping accommodation, sleeping room


Broader (hypernym)room


Narrower (hyponym)boudoir, child's room, dorm room, dormitory, dormitory room, guestroom, hotel room, master bedroom, motel room


Part holonymbed


Part meronymabode, domicile, dwelling, dwelling house, habitation, home


English verb: chamber

1. chamber (stative) place in a chamber


Pattern of useSomebody ----s something.
Somebody ----s somebody


Broader (hypernym)domiciliate, house, put up









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