|having many floors, multilevel||multistory|
|2-family dwelling with 2 entrances, building having rooms on two floors or stories; house with dwelling accommodations for two separate families, double; having two floors; bidirectional, in two directions (Computers), having two parts performing one o...||duplex|
|access to floors, set of steps||stairway|
|apartment on 2 adjoining floors||duplex apartment|
|arrange windows, covering for floors, roofs, or walls, fit something with drainage tiles, hat, hollow block, lay tiles on something, pave, cover with tiles, playing piece, short pipe in a drain, slab of fired clay for covering roofs or lining walls or ...||tile|
|billboard (British usage); temporary tall fence made of boards enclosing a construction site; fence made of hurdles; tipmost wooden floors on a stone castle wall; temporary balcony made of wood that is hung from the upper walls from which missiles coul...||hoarding|
|building containing 3 apartments, something that is threefold; triple time, musical measurement of three beats per measure (Music); apartment with three floors||triplex|
|cage moving between floors of a building, carry in an aircraft, cheer somebody or become cheered, degree of rise, dig up a plant for transplanting, diminish, force making a hot-air balloon rise, force needed to raise something, go upward, harvest, heel...||lift|
|carpets, fabric for floors, material for carpets; carpets, rugs||carpeting|
|clean something using a vacuum cleaner, clean with a vacuum cleaner, operate a device for cleaning carpets and floors by air suction, emptiness caused by absence, isolation from the outside world, space empty of matter, space with all the gas removed, ...||vacuum|
|cloth for washing floors; mop; decorated heavy material (canvas) used for covering floors; (Theatre) canvas sheet that is painted to obtain a particular effect or which is laid on the stage floor to indicate the acting area||floorcloth|
|cloth used to cover floors or furniture to protect them from paint or dust, drop cloth||dustsheet|
|decorated with historical scenes, having a certain number of stories or floors; recorded in history, legendary, interesting or celebrated, with stories||storied|
|floor; floors; material that covers a floor, floor-making materials||flooring|
|mentally, of the upper floors of a building, on the upper floors of a building, to a higher job, up the stairs||upstairs|
|multilevel parking lot||parkade|
|person who lays floors; heavy blow; confusing issue, difficult problem||floorer|
|small house; apartment (especially having two floors connected by an internal staircase)||maisonette|
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