A room or place especially in a school in which classes are conducted: a second-floor classroom; an outdoor classroom. (noun)
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Use "classroom" in a sentence
"The benefit from a higher proportion of girls in the classroom is also due to lower fatigue and burnout among teachers, which probably affects their productivity."
"To short circuit the argument that a classroom is a good place for such discussions, I agree."
"I hope you will come to believe that what's happening in the classroom is at least as much about learning to think like a lawyer - to work with legal concepts, to learn which kinds of facts, ideas, policies matter, and how to put them to work for you - as it is about whatever legal subject we're working on Torts."