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ground floor

noun [C]
 
( US first floor)
B1 the level of a building that is on the groundFloors and parts of floors
Translations of “ground floor”
in Korean 1층…
in Arabic طابِق أرْضي…
in Portuguese andar térreio…
in Catalan planta baixa…
in Japanese 地上階, (日本で言う)1階…
in Italian pianterreno…
in Russian первый этаж…
in Turkish zemin kat, giriş kat…
in Polish parter…
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