Definition of suspended ceiling in English:

suspended ceiling

Line breaks: sus|pend¦ed ceil|ing

noun

A ceiling with a space between it and the floor above from which it hangs.
More example sentences
  • Co-ordination section drawings showed the relationships of the individual services as ‘layered’ above the suspended ceilings on each floor.
  • Paramount Court features raised access floors, suspended ceilings, Category 2 lighting and a Velfac window system with natural wood interior.
  • Aircraft noise is an increasing problem requiring the use of massive roofs on insulating supports, with suspended ceilings, floating floors, and multi-layered exterior walls.

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