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chamber noun

1 room/enclosed space

ADJ. dark, dim | secret | inner, main, outer | underground, subterranean | burial, tomb a Bronze Age burial chamber | torture | gas Millions died in the gas chambers in the war. | decompression

CHAMBER + NOUN door

2 large room, especially used for formal meetings

ADJ. grand, great, large, vast | high-ceilinged, vaulted | conference, council, debating

PREP. in a/the ~

3 part of a government

ADJ. first, lower, second, upper | elected She believes there should be an elected second chamber to replace the House of Lords. | legislative, parliamentary

PHRASES the Chamber of Deputies