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The meaning of "Roomie" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does roomie mean?
A: it's an abbreviation of roommate in American English. I believe it can be someone you share a flat with as well.

in British English we say flatmates and it's not common to share a room with a stranger.
Q: What does roomie mean?
A: A roommate
Q: What does to rock a roomie situation


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Q: What does roomie or roomier? mean?
A: Roomie can mean 2 things.
1) Is a space that feels spacious
2) A room mate, typically at college or university

-This space feels very roomie
-The kitchen is very roomie

-This is Sam, my roomie
-I'm going out tonight with my roomie

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Q: What does roomies mean?
A: An informal, casual way to say 'roommates.'
Ex: You are moving in with me. Now we are roomies!

Other questions about "Roomie"

Q: I had a Polish roomie. does this sound natural?
A: Perfectly normal statement
Q: One of my roomie had gone back to Germany for celebrate his mother's birthday. does this sound natural?
A: If you want to use the word "for" instead of "to," you could say: My roomie had gone back to Germany FOR his mother's birthday.

Otherwise, I would word it how @davidj suggested: "My roomie had gone back to Germany TO celebrate his mother's birthday."
Q: We are roomies from today.
今日からルームメイト
#My snoring must be a disaster to him.
いびきヤバイかな does this sound natural?
A: It would make more sense if you said 'We are roomies starting from today'. But other than that it's great!
Q: We are roomies from today.
今日からルームメイト
#My snoring must be a disaster to him.
いびきヤバイかな does this sound natural?
A: i would say "From today onwards we are roomies"

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