Definitions of "floor"
  1. A principal level or area, distinct from a raised platform or separate gallery, used in contexts such as a stock exchange or meeting room of a legislature
  2. The collective term for the individuals who are part of an assembly or organization
  3. The granted privilege given to an individual, allowing him or her to speak before a group or meeting
  4. The minimum threshold or limitation set in a particular setting or situation
How to use "floor" in a sentence
  1. The new rules introduced a floor for minimum safety standards across the industry.
  2. The speaker gained the floor and began to deliver his argument.
  3. During the meeting, several members of the floor expressed their concerns about the proposed changes.

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