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mezzanine

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Buildings, Theatre
mezzaninemez‧za‧nine /ˈmezəniːn, ˈmetsə- $ ˈmezə-/ noun [countable]  1 TBBa small floor that is built between two other floors in a building the mezzanine floor2 American EnglishAPT the lowest balcony in a theatre, or the first few rows of seats in that balcony
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mezzanineThe cafe was on the mezzanine.Most of the kids from Beginners went up to the mezzanine, where Angie had set up a soda and sandwich concession.We have to move upstairs to the mezzanine just so we can hear ourselves over the din.He crossed the lobby and walked upstairs to the mezzanine where he found a bar with a view of the doors.
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