Antechamber

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An antechamber (also known as an anteroom or ante-room) is a smaller room or vestibule serving as an entryway into a larger one. The word is formed of the Latin ante camera, meaning "room before".

In some cases, an antechamber provides a space for a host to prepare or conduct private business away from a larger party or congregation. In a theme park, an antechamber may be used to tell guests about a ride before they experience it.[citation needed]

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