Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом room

Фразеологизмы со словом room

back-room boys
Мальчики из секретного отдела. Люди, которые выполняют важную работу, но не появляются на публике.
Back-room boys don't always receive the credit they deserve for their work.
Сотрудники, занятые секретной научно-исследовательской работой не всегда получают заслуженное признание.
control room
A room containing the panels and switches used to control something (like a TV broadcast).
While a television program is on the air, engineers are at their places in the control room.
elbow room
Adequate space to move around or to work in.
He doesn't require a huge office, but we must at least give him elbow room.
ladies' room
A public toilet and restroom for women.
Can you please tell me where the ladies' room is?
live in
room to
room in
To live in the school you attend or the place where you work.
Jack decided to live in during his freshman year at college.
Many women advertise for mother's helpers to room in with families and help take care of children.
new broom sweeps clean
A new person makes many changes. A proverb.
The new superintendent has changed many of the school rules. A new broom sweeps clean.
powder room
The ladies' rest room.
When they got to the restaurant, Mary went to the powder room to wash up.
rest room
A room or series of rooms in a public building which has things for personal comfort and grooming, such as toilets, washbowls, mirrors, and often chairs or couches.
Sally went to the rest room to powder her nose.