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"
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.