Definition of second floor in English:

second floor

Line breaks: sec¦ond floor

noun

British
1The floor two levels above the ground floor.
More example sentences
  • People from this hotel have been moved up from the first floor and the ground floor to the second floor to get them away from any flooding risk.
  • Mr. John Taylor saw evidence of active dry rot beneath the floorboards at second floor level.
  • A man dressed in a white suit looked down from the balcony of the second floor to the dance floor.
1.1North American The floor directly above the ground floor.
More example sentences
  • On the second floor, laying directly over the front of the restaurant was his home.
  • They pounded their way up through the stair well to the second floor of the building.
  • The bedroom and our water storage tank and pressurizing system are on the second floor.

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