mezzanine definition

  • noun:
    • A partial story between two primary stories of a building.
    • The lowest balcony in a theater or the first couple of rows of the balcony.
    • A balcony in an auditorium.
    • A sub-floor, in the middle main floors of a building.
    • identical to entresol.
    • A partial story that will be instead of the exact same amount using the tale of primary part of the edifice, at the time of a back building, where flooring are on an amount with landings of this staircase of main home.
    • A flooring set over a floor to carry it for some height or degree.
    • A floor beneath the stage, that various contrivances, as traps, tend to be worked.
    • the best balcony in a theater, or perhaps the forward an element of the very first balcony.
    • In structure A story of diminished height introduced between two higher tales; an entresol. See cut-under entresol
    • A window less in height than in breadth; a window in an entresol.
    • first or most affordable balcony
    • intermediate flooring right above the ground-floor
  • adjective:
    • Fulfilling an intermediate or secondary function.

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