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mezzanine

noun [C] uk   /ˈmet.sə.niːn/ /ˈmez.ə-/ us  
a small extra floor between one floor of a building and the next floor up: You can look down from the mezzanine onto the ground floor lobby. The shoe department is on the mezzanine floor. US the front few rows of seats of the level above ground, or all of the level above ground, in a place such as a theatre or sports stadium
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