English version

split-level

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Architecture, House
split-levelˌsplit-ˈlevel adjective  AADHHa split-level house, room, or building has floors at different heights in different parts
Examples from the Corpus
split-levelThe upstairs restaurant was a split-level affair which might once have been elegant.They were standing on the lower section, with a fire door leading on to a split-level landing.Above: View from the guest bedroom, of Ray Talbot's split-level pool.He examined the long split-level room stretching away from him to the tall windows at the far end.It was a glitzy split-level shopping centre with brightly lit window displays of expensive fashions.There is a pool bordered by split-level sun terraces with deck-chairs and sun umbrellas and a small garden.
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