Definition of master bedroom in English:

master bedroom

noun

  • The main or largest bedroom in a house or flat.

    ‘the master bedroom overlooks the communal garden, as do the bathroom and kitchen’
    • ‘The second bathroom upstairs off the master bedroom also offers at least four bathing options.’
    • ‘The master bedroom is upstairs at a nice acoustical remove from the guests.’
    • ‘The previous owner felt that the steel-reinforced hideaway off the master bedroom would be a useful place for his valuables.’
    • ‘Wilkes-Barre's chilly winters dictated a south-facing orientation for warmth and energy efficiency, but Bohlin's master bedroom looks north.’
    • ‘A basement gallery houses the family's antique collection, and there is also a guest bedroom to the back of the master bedroom.’
    • ‘The entrance level is for the parents and for family living, with the master bedroom, kitchen and main communal space.’
    • ‘Darla solved the bed shortage by bunking with various sisters in the master bedroom and sending me off to the new sofa in our media room.’
    • ‘The large master bedroom has wall-to-wall wardrobes and an en suite with a step-in shower, toilet, tiled floor and part tiled walls.’
    • ‘The master bedroom is at the front of the house, catching the morning sunlight.’
    • ‘Bright and airy and with great views, this could also be used as the master bedroom.’
    • ‘Two of the bedrooms are doubles and the master bedroom has fitted wardrobes.’