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Mezzanine

[MEH-zə-neen]

Part of speech: noun

Origin: French, early 18th century

1.

A low story between two others in a building, typically between the ground and first floors.

2.

The lowest balcony of a theater, stadium, etc., or the front rows of the balcony.

Examples of Mezzanine in a sentence

"The hotel’s mezzanine floor had a lot of ornate woodwork."

"The office mezzanine incorporated glass and steel into its design."

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