legroom

noun leg·room \ ˈleg-ˌrüm , -ˌru̇m also ˈlāg- \
Updated on: 2 Feb 2018

Definition of legroom

: space in which to extend the legs while seated

Examples of legroom in a Sentence

  1. I need a car with more legroom.

  2. airplane seats that offer little legroom

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First Known Use of legroom

1837


LEGROOM Defined for English Language Learners

legroom

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Definition of legroom for English Language Learners

  • : space in which you can extend your legs when you are sitting


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