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  • n. A room, especially in a gym, designed for people to change their clothes.
  • n. A room or enclosure, e.g. in a clothes shop, where people try on clothes they are interested in buying.


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  • You come up and stick your head out there in the changing room (where they had to change clothes and all like that — it'd be maybe as far as from here out to that tree outside from the shaft), do you know part of them had on oilclothes, kind of.

    Oral History Interview with Dock E. Hall, January 7, 1976. Interview H-0271. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • The school had made a separate changing room for Destiny, inside one of the caretaker’s houses that was currently not in use.


  • The three in the changing room said you hadn't changed yet, your clothes were still there, so you must be in the first-aid room with one called Conrad, who had not felt well. '


  • The jockey had gone away, the crowded changing room noisy and sweat-filled.

    Noble House


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