vestidor

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Catalan[edit]

A dressing room adjoining a domestic room
A changing room, dressing room, locker room

Etymology[edit]

From vestir +‎ -dor.

Noun[edit]

vestidor m (plural vestidors)

  1. dressing room, walk-in closet (US), walk-in wardrobe (UK) (a small room adjoining a domestic bedroom where people may dress or undress in privacy)
  2. changing room (UK), locker room (US), dressing room (a room, especially in a gym, designed for people to change their clothes)
    Synonym: vestuari

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

vestir +‎ -dor

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /bestiˈdoɾ/, [bes.t̪iˈð̞oɾ]

Noun[edit]

vestidor m (plural vestidores)

  1. dressing room, walk-in closet (US), walk-in wardrobe (UK) (a small room adjoining a domestic bedroom where people may dress or undress in privacy)
  2. changing room (UK), locker room (US), dressing room (a room, especially in a gym, designed for people to change their clothes)
    Synonym: vestuario

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