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English definition of “floor space”

floor space

noun [U]
 
 
COMMERCE the area of the floor of a building such as a store, office, or factory: While food takes up 15% of the floorspace in the stores, it accounts for around 40% of sales. retail/commercial/industrial floorspace
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