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storeynoun [C]

UK (US story) uk   /ˈstɔː.ri/  us   /ˈstɔːr.i/
B2 a level of a building: a three-storey house Their new house has four storeys including the attic.

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storeyed
adjective (US storied) uk   /ˈstɔː.rid/  us   /ˈstɔːr.id/
It's a normal two-storeyed house.
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Translations of “storey”
in Korean 층…
in Arabic طابِق…
in Malaysian tingkat…
in French étage…
in Russian этаж…
in Chinese (Traditional) 樓層,層…
in Italian piano…
in Turkish kat…
in Polish kondygnacja, piętro…
in Spanish planta, piso…
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 Chinese (Simplified) 楼层,层…
in Indonesian tingkat…
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