Translation for 'ground floor' from English to Greek
NOUN   a ground floor | ground floors
SYNO first floor | ground floor | ground level
ground floor {noun} <GF>ισόγειο {το}
floor {noun}πάτωμα {το}
floor {noun}όροφος {ο}
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Usage Examples English
  • The ground floor was used mostly for commercial activities and the upper floor as the family living quarters.One of Kajang's landmarks is Kajang Stadium which is situated in the heart of the town.
  • The ground floor has a side building attached which served as a facility for decontamination that contained three long snaking corridors and 55 shower heads one could walk through during decontamination.
  • Although the front entrance is on the 'ground floor', commuters are taken through a set of escalators to the 3rd floor lift lobby.
  • Additionally, the Empire State Building and its ground-floor interior were designated city landmarks by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1980, and were added to the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic Landmark in 1986.
  • The lower ground floor with the main floor and two first-floor galleries are contained in a structure of Montjuïc sandstone with undulating lines.

  • On the east side of the cloister, on the ground floor, was the "pisalis" or "calefactory".
  • On the ground floor, just underneath the Golgotha chapel, is the .
  • In order to reduce large shear reversals in the core walls in the basement, and at the top of the tower base level, the ground floor, basement levels 1 and 2 and the 5th and 6th floors, the floor slabs and beams are separated horizontally from the core walls.
  • The name "Ardipithecus ramidus" stems mostly from the Afar language, in which "Ardi" means "ground/floor" and "ramid" means "root".
  • Objects from the Department of Greece and Rome are located throughout the museum, although many of the architectural monuments are to be found on the ground floor, with connecting galleries from Gallery 5 to Gallery 23.

  • Very few of the brochs on the islands of Orkney and Shetland have cells on the ground floor.
  • For ascending operations, a vacuum pump at the top of the elevator shaft creates a low pressure by drawing air from above the capsule while below the greater normal atmospheric pressure is permitted to enter at the lower (ground floor) level below the capsule providing lift.
  • A new Senior Parlour was then created on the ground floor of Hitcham Building.
  • The facility has since been modernized, including lowering the level of the ground floor to increase arena capacity to about 9,200.
  • The team was housed in a relatively isolated part of the Olympic Village, on the ground floor of a small building close to a gate, which Lalkin felt made his team particularly vulnerable to an outside assault.

  • Brookfield Place's ground floor and portions of the second floor are occupied by a mall; its center point is a steel-and-glass atrium known as the Winter Garden.
  • The apartment on the ground floor is indicated as [...].
  • In his documentary "The Pervert's Guide to Cinema", Slavoj Žižek remarks that Norman Bates' mansion has three floors, paralleling the three levels of the human mind that are postulated by Freudian psychoanalysis: the top floor would be the superego, where Bates' mother lives; the ground floor is then Bates' ego, where he functions as an apparently normal human being; and the basement would be Bates' id.
  • The Georgian stone buildings in Charlestown that are visible today had to be partially rebuilt after the earthquakes, and this led to the development of a new architectural style, consisting of a wooden upper floor over a stone ground floor; the new style resisted earthquake damage much more effectively.
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