What is floor?

  • (noun): The occupants of a floor.
    Example: "The whole floor complained about the lack of heat"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Floor

A floor is the walking surface of a room or vehicle. Floors vary from simple dirt in a cave to many-layered surfaces using modern technology. Floors may be stone, wood, bamboo, metal, or any other material that can hold a person's weight.

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Thirteenth Floor - Conspiracy Theory
... theorists have suggested that the thirteenth floor in government buildings is not really missing, but actually contains top-secret governmental departments, or more generally that it is proof of something ... implicitly or explicitly, into popular culture for example in the films The Thirteenth Floor, Nightmare on the 13th Floor, and 1408 the hidden research and development labs of ... Barry the Superman story in Action Comics #448 (June 1975) featured a secret thirteenth floor used to teleport alien tourists from another planet to visit Earth ...
Destiny USA
... opened on 15 October 1990, has six above ground floors and one underground floor, though only the lower three and the underground floor are retail ... The fourth floor is primarily center offices ... The third floor includes a 19-screen Regal Cinemas, restaurants, and entertainment options ...
Bilevel Rail Car - Platform Height and Floor Height Issues - Uncommon Very Tall Design
... steps up to the traditional "over-wheel" floor height e.g ... Multiple Units so using traditional floor heights appears fixed ... In towed cars it is possible to lower the downstairs floor between the wheels/bogies so that level entry is possible with more than 500 mm (19.7 in) of added headroom and interior steps from that floor to the ...
Floor Cleaning
... Floor cleaning is a major occupation throughout the world ... Floors are also treated to protect or beautify the surface ... The correct method to clean one type of floor can often damage another, so it is important to use the correct treatment ...
Floor Hockey
... Floor hockey is a family of indoor hockey games, usually in the style of ice hockey, that are played on flat floor surfaces, such as a basketball court ... Floor hockey games differ from street hockey in that the games are more structured, and from roller hockey in that players typically wear shoes rather than skates ... Because players do not need to be able to skate, floor hockey is sometimes used for training children to play ice hockey ...

More definitions of "floor":

  • (noun): The bottom surface of any a cave or lake etc..
  • (noun): Structure consisting of a room or set of rooms comprising a single level of a multilevel building.
    Synonyms: level, storey, story
  • (noun): The parliamentary right to address an assembly.
    Example: "The chairman granted him the floor"
  • (noun): A lower limit.
    Example: "The government established a wage floor"
    Synonyms: base
  • (noun): A large room in a stock exchange where the trading is done.
    Example: "He is a floor trader"
    Synonyms: trading floor
  • (noun): The inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room or hallway).
    Synonyms: flooring
  • (noun): The ground on which people and animals move about.
    Example: "The fire spared the forest floor"
  • (noun): The legislative hall where members debate and vote and conduct other business.
    Example: "There was a motion from the floor"

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    Anyone with a real taste for solitude who indulges that taste encounters the dangers of any other drug-taker. The habit grows. You become an addict.... Absorbed in the visions of solitude, human beings are only interruptions. What voice can equal the voices of solitude? What sights equal the movement of a single day’s tide of light across the floor boards of one room? What drama be as continuously absorbing as the interior one?
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    The distant box is open. A sound of grain
    Poured over the floor in some eagerness we
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    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    Cats walk the floor at midnight; that enemy of fog,
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