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the first floornoun [S]

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B1 UK the ​level of a ​building that is one ​level above the ​street: She ​works on the first ​floor.B1 US the ​level of a ​building that is at the same ​level as the ​street: She got on the ​elevator on the first ​floor and ​pushed the ​button for the 35th.
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first-floor
adjective [before noun] uk   /ˌfɜːstˈflɔːr/  us   /ˌfɝːstˈflɔːr/
B1 a first-floor ​flat/​apartment/​office
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