- Recreation room
Recreation rooms can vary in themes and styles, but they all normally have a basic setup:
Recreation rooms are normally centred around some form of entertainment, typically an audio/video setup. This can consist of something as elaborate as a
projection screenwith surround sound or something as simple as a base model television.
Couches, pub tables/chairs, bar stools, and recliners are all used in recreation rooms.
Tabletop games are frequent in recreation rooms. In addition to games plyed on a normal table are those using custom tables such as table tennis, table football(foosball), air hockey, and billiards (pool). Other games can include dart boards and arcade games.
Food & Drink
Popcorn machines, ice cream machines, soda fountains, and classic soda coolers can all be found in recreation rooms.
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recreation room — ☆ recreation room (or hall) n. a room, as in a home (or a public hall), equipped for amusement and relaxation or for social activities … English World dictionary
recreation room — UK [ˌrekrɪˈeɪʃ(ə)n ˌrʊm] / US noun [countable] Word forms recreation room : singular recreation room plural recreation rooms a room in a public building where people can relax, play games, or watch television … English dictionary
recreation room — noun Date: 1854 1. a room (as a rumpus room) used for recreation and relaxation called also rec room 2. a public room (as in a hospital) for recreation and social activities … New Collegiate Dictionary
recreation room — noun a room equipped for informal entertaining • Syn: ↑rec room • Hypernyms: ↑room • Hyponyms: ↑canteen, ↑family room, ↑rumpus room, ↑playroom, ↑ … Useful english dictionary
recreation room — recre ation .room n 1.) a public room, for example in a hospital, used for social activities or games 2.) AmE a room in a private house, where you can relax, play games etc British Equivalent: games room … Dictionary of contemporary English
recreation room — re|cre|a|tion room [ ,rekri eıʃn ,rum ] noun count 1. ) a room in a public building where people can relax, play games, or watch television 2. ) AMERICAN a REC ROOM … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
recreation room — game room, room used for entertainment … English contemporary dictionary
recreation room — noun (C) 1 a public room, for example in a hospital, used for social activities or games 2 AmE a room in a private house, where you can relax, play games etc … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
recreation room — recrea′tion room n. (in a home or public building) a room for informal entertaining, as with dancing or games • Etymology: 1850–55 … From formal English to slang
recreation room — (in a home or public building) a room for informal entertaining, as for dancing, games, cards, etc. [1850 55] * * * … Universalium