Definition of multistorey in English:

multistorey

Line breaks: multi|storey
Pronunciation: /mʌltɪˈstɔːri
 
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adjective

(Of a building) having several storeys.
More 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.

noun

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A car park with several storeys.
More example sentences
  • Among other criticisms the car park report stated: ‘The four multi-storeys are seriously lacking in basic requirements for users, such as cleanliness, signage and lighting.’
  • The car parks which would remain are the multi-storeys in Nunn's Road, St John's Street, St Mary's and Osborne Street.
  • Earlier this year the borough's multi-storeys were slammed by the Best Value Inspection Team for being expensive and dirty but the council rejected the report claiming it was ‘too negative.'

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