The ground floor is at ground level so the floor immediately above it must be the first floor.
walked on the ground floor
Actually, there is not much difference, but a ground floor is usually the very bottom one and the first floor is usually the one above
it means mezzanine floor, a floor which is between the ground floor and the first floor.
Ground Floor - 2013 was released on: USA: 2013
It depends on whether you are in America or Britain - Americans start numbering with the ground floor being called the first story, so the second story is the second floor from the ground. However, in the UK, the ground floor is the first story so that the second story would be the first floor above the ground.
On the ground floor (street level) is "au rez de chaussÃ©e" in French.
the ground floor is called 'le rez-de-chaussÃ©e' in French.
Because, the land is where the ground meets the sky ,and the ocean floor is where the ground meets the water.
In the UK we call it the ground floor.
it is on the ground somewhere it is on the ground somewhere
parts and function of floor polisher
on the floor/ground
Ground floor of the West Wing of the White House
I suspect that you mean the function that is also called the floor function.The floor function of x, floor(x) is the maximum integer that does not exceed x.Instances:floor (-5.3) = -6floor (-2) = -2floor ( -1.3 ) = -2floor ( 0 ) = 0floor ( 1.5 ) = 1floor ( 21.4 ) = 21For a graph you might wish to see the wikipedia article.
Ground: the floor, or earth Ground: past tense of "grind"
"ground floor" is "rez-de-chaussée", "au rez-de-chaussée", "le rez-de-chaussée".