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    stuffy

    1. The room is very stuffy.
    2. The room is very hot that we feel difficult to breathe
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    Are the above sentences the same in meaning?


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    Re: stuffy

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    1. The room is very stuffy.
    2. The room is very hot that we feel difficult to breatheThe room is very hot and it's difficult to breathe (in it).

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    Are the above sentences the same in meaning?


    ju
    No. Stuffy room means a hot room but also it has a bad smell because there is no fresh air. Imagine a room that has been closed for a long time.

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