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Meaning of “floor” - Learner’s Dictionary

floor

noun     /flɔːr/
SURFACE [C]
A1 a surface that you walk on inside a building: a wooden/tiled floor I must sweep the kitchen floor.Floors and parts of floors
BUILDING [C]
A2 a particular level of a building: the second/third floor Which floor are we on?Floors and parts of floors
BOTTOM [no plural]
the ground or surface at the bottom of something: the forest/sea floorUnder and below
AREA [C]
B1 an area where a particular activity happens: a dance floor →  See also first floor , ground floor , shop floor Space - general wordsAreas of land in general
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