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Translation of "floor" - English-Spanish dictionary

floor

noun /floː/
the surface in a room etc on which one stands or walks
suelo
The baby was crawling about n the floor.
all the rooms on the same level in a building
piso, planta
My office is on the third floor.
be floored be completely surprised or shocked
estar desconcertado
We were completely floored by his strange actions.
to have a floor of
estar entarimado, tener un suelo de
Our bathroom is floored with ceramic tiles.
-floored having a floor or floors (of a particular kind)
con suelo…
a stone-floored kitchen.
floorboard noun one of the narrow boards used to make a floor
tabla (del suelo)
These wooden floorboards tend to creak a bit.
flooring noun material for making or covering floors
pavimento
vinyl flooring.
(Definition of floor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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