Definition of first-floor adjective from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

     

    first-floor

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  1. 1(British English) on the level of a building that is above the ground level a first-floor flat British/​Americanfloor In British English the floor of a building at street level is the ground floor, the one above it is the first floor and the one below it is the basement, or lower ground floor in a public building. In North American English the floor at street level is usually called the first floor, the one above it is the second floor and the one below it is the basement. In public buildings the floor at street level can also be called the ground floor.
  2. 2(North American English) on the floor of a building that is at the same level as the ground outside a first-floor apartment

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