the other room

Say this to talk about a room in a house or building, but it must be a room that you’re not in. You might say it if you’re feeling lazy, or if you’re not sure what to call a room. You probably don’t need to say “the other room” about a bathroom or kitchen, because these rooms have easy and obvious names. 

A: Have you seen my glasses?

B: They’re in the other room.

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