英 美 ['pɑrlɚ]
1、parl- + -or ( -our ).
- parlor (n.)
- c. 1200, parlur, "window through which confessions were made," also "apartment in a monastery for conversations with outside persons;" from Old French parleor "courtroom, judgment hall, auditorium" (12c., Modern French parloir), from parler "to speak" (see parley (n.)).
Sense of "sitting room for private conversation" is late 14c.; that of "show room for a business" (as in ice cream parlor) first recorded 1884. As an adjective, "advocating radical views from a position of comfort," 1910.
- 1. Leroy stole up the hall to the parlor.
- 2. She was lying on a small settee in the parlor.
- 3. She had a facial at the beauty parlor.
- 4. The parlor overlooks the street.
- 5. They were conversing in the parlor.
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