Definition of showroom
: a room where merchandise is exhibited for sale or where samples are displayed
Examples of showroom in a Sentence
The stereo was a showroom model.
Recent Examples of showroom from the Web
DETROIT — After a prolonged recovery that culminated in two years of record sales, the American auto industry is slowing down, with fewer buyers in dealer showrooms and fewer workers on the factory floor.
Optimism about second-half demand is already gaining credence with strong showroom traffic, said Judy Wheeler, Nissan brand’s head of U.S. sales.
The structure will house a showroom as well as offices and other support uses.
Tomorrow London will provide showroom and brand support.
For example, people who put on a VR headset can crouch down and seemingly mix cement in a bucket—all while never leaving a store showroom or holding anything other than video-game-like controllers.
The company is scheduled to open a showroom in Shanghai on Wednesday.
Bonobos started online but like many similar startups, has also opened some showrooms.
The 26-second video handed out by Greenville police shows the two bounty hunters moving through the car showroom of the Nissan dealership in Greenville on Tuesday and then into a glass office.
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Definition of showroom for English Language Learners
: a large room where things that are for sale are displayed
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