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underfloor Syllabification: un·der·floor
Pronunciation: /ˌəndərˈflôr/

Definition of underfloor in English:

adjective

Situated or operating beneath the floor.
Example sentences
  • She said, ‘there is no central heating, only an underfloor system that doesn't work well.
  • Special features include a centralised vacuum cleaning system, underfloor oil-fired central heating on the ground floor and double glazed windows throughout.
  • This has modern wood flooring and the original underfloor central heating, which is believed to have been the first installed in Ireland.

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