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so·lar·i·um / səˈle(ə)rēəm; sō-/ • n. (pl. -lar·i·ums or -lar·i·a / -ˈle(ə)rēə/ ) a room fitted with extensive areas of glass to admit sunlight. ∎  a room equipped with sunlamps or tanning beds that can be used to acquire an artificial suntan.

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solarium.
1. Flat roof, balcony, or terrace exposed to the sun.

2. Room on an upper floor, often opening to a terrace facing east to catch the morning sun.

3. Solar.

4. Loggia.

5. Sun-dial, often with architectural pretensions.

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solarium (sŏ-lair-iŭm) n. a room in which patients are exposed to either sunlight or artificial sunlight (a blend of visible light and infrared and ultraviolet radiation).