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Определение на английском “floor”

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floor

noun uk   /flɔːr/ us    /flɔːr/

floor noun (SURFACE)

A1 [C usually singular] the flat surface of a room on which you walk: The floor was partly covered with a dirty old rug. The bathroom floor needs cleaning. The children sat playing on the floor. There's barely enough floor space to fit a bed in this room.
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floor noun (LEVEL OF BUILDING)

A2 [C] a level of a building: This building has five floors. Take the elevator to the 51st floor. We live on the third floor. a ground floor apartment
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floor noun (OPEN SPACE)

B1 [C usually singular] a public space for activities such as dancing and having formal discussions: a dance floor The new proposal will be discussed on the floor of the senate tomorrow. He spent several years working on the factory floor (= in the factory) before becoming a manager. The chairman said that he would now take questions from the floor (= from the audience).have the floor to have the right to speak: Silence, please, the prime minister has the floor.take (to) the floor to stand and begin to dance: The newlyweds were the first to take the floor.take the floor start speaking: The Majority Leader again took the floor.
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floor noun (BOTTOM)

the floor the bottom surface of the sea, a forest, a cave, etc.: the floor of the ocean/the ocean floor

floor

verb uk   /flɔːr/ us    /flɔːr/

floor verb (HIT)

[T] to hit someone and cause them to fall: He was floored with a single punch to the head.

floor verb (SURPRISE/CONFUSE)

[T often passive] informal to surprise or confuse someone so much that they are unable to think what to say or do next: I didn't know what to say - I was completely floored.
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Переводы “floor”
на корейский 바닥, -층, (특정 활동이 벌어지는) -장…
на арабский أَرْضِيّة, طابِق, دور…
на французский plancher, étage…
на турецкий döşeme, zemin, yer…
на итальянский pavimento, piano, zona attinente a attività specifica (pista da ballo…
на китайский (традиционный) 表面, (房間的)地板,地面…
на русский пол, этаж, почва…
на польский podłoga, piętro, dno…
на испанский suelo, piso, planta…
на португальский assoalho, chão, piso…
на немецкий der Fußboden, das Stockwerk…
на каталонский terra, planta, pis…
на японский 床(ゆか), (建物の)階, (特定の活動のための)平らな場所…
на китайский (упрощенный) 表面, (房间的)地板,地面…
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