Detailed Translations for floor from English to French


floor [the ~] noun

  1. the floor (storey; level)
    l'étage; le niveau
  2. the floor (ground; bottom; base)
    le fond; le sol

to floor verb (floors, floored, flooring)

  1. to floor (knock down)
    – knock down with force 1
    abattre; flanquer par terre; faire tomber
    • abattre verb (abbats, abbat, abbattons, abbattez, )

Conjugations for floor:

  1. floor
  2. floor
  3. floors
  4. floor
  5. floor
  6. floor
simple past
  1. floored
  2. floored
  3. floored
  4. floored
  5. floored
  6. floored
present perfect
  1. have floored
  2. have floored
  3. has floored
  4. have floored
  5. have floored
  6. have floored
past continuous
  1. was flooring
  2. were flooring
  3. was flooring
  4. were flooring
  5. were flooring
  6. were flooring
  1. shall floor
  2. will floor
  3. will floor
  4. shall floor
  5. will floor
  6. will floor
continuous present
  1. am flooring
  2. are flooring
  3. is flooring
  4. are flooring
  5. are flooring
  6. are flooring
  1. be floored
  2. be floored
  3. be floored
  4. be floored
  5. be floored
  6. be floored
  1. floor!
  2. let's floor!
  3. floored
  4. flooring
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for floor:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
fond base; bottom; floor; ground background; deep sense; deeper meaning; ground; soil
niveau floor; level; storey degree; development stage; dimension level; echelon; grade; height of an arrow; hierarchy; level; order of rank; phase; rank; stage
sol base; bottom; floor; ground ground; soil
étage floor; level; storey apartment; condo; flat; tenement
- base; flooring; level; storey; story; trading floor
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abattre floor; knock down blow down; break; break down; break to pieces; break up; bring down; butcher; chop down; chop off; cut down; cut off; demolish; depress; destroy; drag down; execute; execute capital punishment; fell; finish off; fire at; fracture; get down; hew off; kill; murder; pull down; put to the sword; refract; shoot; shoot dead; shoot down; smash; take down; take someone's life; tear down; tear loose; wreck
faire tomber floor; knock down bowl over; bring down; fall down; jump down; knock down; knock over; overthrow; overturn; pull down; push over; strike down; topple; upset
flanquer par terre floor; knock down throw down
- ball over; blow out of the water; coldcock; deck; dump; knock down; shock; take aback

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Related Definitions for "floor":

  1. the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure)1
    • they needed rugs to cover the bare floors1
    • we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent1
  2. a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale1
  3. a large room in a exchange where the trading is done1
    • he is a floor trader1
  4. the legislative hall where members debate and vote and conduct other business1
    • there was a motion from the floor1
  5. the parliamentary right to address an assembly1
    • the chairman granted him the floor1
  6. a lower limit1
    • the government established a wage floor1
  7. the occupants of a floor1
    • the whole floor complained about the lack of heat1
  8. the bottom surface of any lake or other body of water1
  9. the ground on which people and animals move about1
    • the fire spared the forest floor1
  10. the lower inside surface of any hollow structure1
    • the floor of the pelvis1
    • the floor of the cave1
  11. knock down with force1
  12. surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off1
    • I was floored when I heard that I was promoted1

Wiktionary Translations for floor:

  1. (mathematics) the largest integer less than or equal to a given number
  2. right to speak in a legislative assembly
  3. storey/story
  4. lower part of a room
    • floorsol
  1. Traductions à trier suivant le sens
  2. Assemblée qui écouter une personne parlant ou lire en public ou interpréter une œuvre lyrique ou instrumentale.
  3. Étage
  4. (mathématiques) nombre entier qui est immédiatement inférieur ou égal au nombre réel en question. Le symbole est  . La partie entière de 2 est 2 ; celle de 3,14 est 3 ; celle de −2,7 est −3, non pas −2.
  5. ouvrage de charpente fait d’un assemblage de solives, recouvrir de planches former plate-forme sur l’aire d’un rez-de-chaussée, ou séparer deux étages d’un bâtiment.
  6. espace entre deux planchers dans un bâtiment.

Cross Translation:
floor sol vloerbodem van een ruimte in een gebouw
floor étage verdieping — alle ruimten op één hoogte in een gebouw
floor plancher Bodenumgangssprachlich für: Erdboden oder Fußboden
floor sol Erdenur Singular: der feste Boden, die Landoberfläche von [3]
floor plancher; étage Etage — Stockwerk eines Bauwerks
floor plancher Fußboden — begehbare Fläche in einem Raum
floor étage Stockkurz für: Stockwerk
floor étage StockwerkGeschoss über dem Parterre

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