Definitions for utility room
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a room, esp. in a house, reserved for a washing machine, furnace, or other large appliances.
A room that contains typically washing machine, tumble dryer, and other appliances which, in houses without such a room, would be in the kitchen or laundry.
A utility room is a room within a house where equipment not used in day-to-day activities is kept. Utility refers to an item which is designed for usefulness or practical use, so in turn most of the items kept in this room have functional attributes. A utility room is generally the area where laundry is done, and is the descendant of the scullery. Utility room is more commonly used in British English, while North American and Australian English generally refer to this room as a laundry room.
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