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Floor — synonyms, definition

1. floor (Noun)

15 synonyms
base basement bottom surface carpet deck flooring ground landing level rug stage storey story trading floor upper storey
10 definitions

floor (Noun) — The inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure). ex. "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent" ex. "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"

floor (Noun) — A structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale. ex. "what floor is the office on?"

floor (Noun) — A lower limit. ex. "the government established a wage floor"

floor (Noun) — The ground on which people and animals move about. ex. "the fire spared the forest floor"

floor (Noun) — The bottom surface of any lake or other body of water.

floor (Noun) — The lower inside surface of any hollow structure. ex. "the floor of the pelvis" ex. "the floor of the cave"

floor (Noun) — The occupants of a floor. ex. "the whole floor complained about the lack of heat"

floor (Noun) — The parliamentary right to address an assembly. ex. "the chairman granted him the floor"

floor (Noun) — The legislative hall where members debate and vote and conduct other business. ex. "there was a motion from the floor"

floor (Noun) — A large room in an exchange where the trading is done. ex. "he is a floor trader"

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Earth's surface assemblage construction control dry land earth gathering ground hall horizontal surface land level right room solid ground structure surface terra firma
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attic basement bell deck cellar dance floor entresol first floor floorboard garret ground floor ground level loft mezzanine mezzanine floor parquet parquet floor price floor truck bed wage floor
8 parts of
Lake building cave edifice exchange hall hallway room

2. floor (Verb)

18 synonyms
ball over blow out of the water coldcock defeat destroy down dump fell flatten knock down level overcome prostrate reduce shock take aback throw down wreck
4 definitions

floor (Verb) — Greatly surprise. ex. "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"

floor (Verb) — Knock down with force. ex. "He floored his opponent"

floor (Verb) — Silence by a conclusive answer, surprise response, etc.. ex. "We were floored by his confession"

floor (Verb) — Cover or supply with a floor.

2 types of
beat surprise
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