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multistory

Syllabification: mul·ti·sto·ry
Pronunciation: /ˌməltēˈstôrē
 
, ˌməltīˈstôrē
 
/
(also multistoried)

Definition of multistory in English:

adjective

(Of a building) having several stories.
Example sentences
  • Australia's capital cities were transformed as the demolition of existing structures made way for multi-storey office buildings.
  • There are a variety of hospital buildings on the site ranging from brick and slate buildings from the 1800s to modern multi-storey buildings under flat roofs.
  • On May 30, a Vermont man unveiled an invention allowing people to travel safely between floors of multi-storey buildings without the use of stairs.

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