American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A large room, usually in an educational institution, that serves both as a cafeteria and as an auditorium.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a large room within a building, especially a school, which functions as both a cafeteria and an auditorium.
- Originated 1950–55, cafe(teria) + (audi)torium. (Wiktionary)
- cafe(teria) + (audi)torium. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Construction plans include a "cafetorium" - a shared cafeteria and performing arts facility”
“Actually, to be fair, the main entrance to the cafetorium was the one off the parking lot, where we all came in, and where Pete Sessions headed out after the debate.”
“The $18.5 million, roughly 105,000-square-foot facility will include a story room, activities room and "cafetorium" for physical education, lunch and performances.”
“The wedding was set in South East's large group room, known as the "cafetorium" back when”
“One change will be instead of the auditorium, the building will have a "cafetorium," which combines a cafeteria and an auditorium so the space is used more often throughout the day and is a more cost-effective use of space.”
“I enter the elementary school cafetorium crowded with grandparents.”
“My fave cafetorium misspelling was “Nervy Bean Soup””
“I understand the location of the event is currently being switched from the college cafetorium to the Houston Astrodome.”
“In a high school cafetorium, a small man in his mid-70s was lecturing to a rapt audience of several hundred people.”
“The networks are paying them for use of the cafetorium.”
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