Translation for 'parlour' from English to Russian
NOUN   a parlour | parlours
SYNO front room | living-room | living room | ...
гостиная {ж} [одна из комнат дома]
parlour [Br.] [dated] [sitting room in a private house]
кафе-мороженое {с}
ice cream parlour [Br.]
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Usage Examples English
  • Chang Ying opened a massage parlour near Anping's parlour just to rival him and gain customers.
  • In January 2018, the Aceh police ransacked a parlour with support from the Aceh autonomous government.
  • Between this building and the church was a parlour for receiving visitors.
  • The MGC also has a sports shop, salon, beauty parlour, ice-cream parlour and book and DVD libraries.
  • A parlour (or parlor) is a reception room or public space.

  • As for milking parlour waste (see above).
  • Estate maps indicate that the parlour wing, which housed the original staircase, was demolished after 1766.
  • The core comprises a wide central hallway, with front parlour and dining room to the right and three bedrooms to the left.
  • In 2017, the company opened its first ice cream parlour, Mackies 19.2, in Marischal Square, Aberdeen. The parlour is named for its being located 19.2 miles from the family farm.
  • The ice cream parlour sex scandal is a long running sex scandal that rocked the Indian National Congress led UDF government following a complaint by an Kozhikode-based NGO, Anweshi that an ice cream parlour was being run as a brothel and a number of girls were being sexually exploited there .

  • In 1932 Morelli opened an ice cream parlour and cappuccino bar on the seafront in Broadstairs, Kent.
  • The photograph on the artwork features a shot of an old style pinball parlour with the phrase "the happiest place in town" on the awning.
  • It was named "szaloncukor" because the tree usually stood in the parlour ("szalon" in Hungarian; "Cukor" means "sugar" or "candy"; in Slovak "salón" is "parlour" and "-ka" is diminutive suffix).
  • Pembroke College has both graduate and undergraduate students, termed Valencians, after the college's original name, and its recreational rooms named as "parlours" rather than the more standard "combination room".
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