/ˈæn tiˌtʃeɪm bər/
a chamber or room that serves as a waiting room and entrance to a larger room or an apartment; anteroom.
as translation of
another name for
[C17: from Old French, from Italian
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He took the elevator, descending two floors underground to a small, claustrophobic room-the vault antechamber.
As the street cuts through each rectangle, it widens into a sort of antechamber for whatever function the rectangle houses.
The antechamber to the artist's studio is recreated in the exhibition.
Fragrant and melodious antechamber of the unseen, sleep is a novitiate for the beyond.
The grave robbers missed the antechamber, packed with three bronze coffins containing human remains and jewelry.
The antechamber must include a stainless steel sliding tray with a stainless steel glide rail.
Most dens have a large antechamber at the end of the main tunnel and several side tunnels.
But perhaps this is only as it should be for a politician who preferred the antechamber to the orator's podium.
The entry hall leads to an antechamber on the left and the living room straight ahead.