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Translation of "storey" - English-Spanish dictionary

storey

noun ( plural storeys, plural stories)
one of the floors or levels in a building
piso
an apartment block of seventeen storeys.
-storeyed suffix ( -storied)
de (…) pisos
A two -storeyed/-storied house is one with a ground floor and one floor above it.
Translations of “storey”
in Arabic طابِق…
in Korean 층…
in Malaysian tingkat…
in French étage…
in Turkish kat…
in Italian piano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 樓層,層…
in Russian этаж…
in Polish kondygnacja, piętro…
in Vietnamese tầng…
in Portuguese piso, andar…
in Thai ชั้นของตึกหรืออาคาร…
in German das Stockwerk…
in Catalan planta, pis…
in Japanese (建物の)階…
in Indonesian tingkat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 楼层,层…
(Definition of storey from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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