- becoming part of a venture at the beginning (regarded as position of advantage)
"he got in on the ground floor"
- The ground floor was flooded.
- I live on the ground floor.
- The superintendent lives on the ground floor.
- The restaurant is on the ground floor.
- There's no hot water on the fifth floor, but there is on the ground floor.
- There's no hot water on the fourth floor, but there is on the ground floor.
- As our vehicle leaves the ground and plunges over the edge of the cliff toward the valley floor, I ponder whether it is possible that one might allege I am guilty of an act of moral failure, having failed to maintain a proper course along the roadway.
- Off. No 6, Ground Floor,
- mirrors designed for placing on the floor or ground (for example, cheval-glasses (swing-mirrors)) of heading 7009;
- ‘Ramp’ means a device to bridge the gap between the floor of a passenger compartment and the ground or kerb.
- The project, with commercial premises on the ground floor and apartments above and with new residential buildings on what was until now waste ground, is designed in particular to tackle that feeling of insecurity.
- The articles (other than parts) referred to in headings 9401 to 9403 are to be classified in those headings only if they are designed for placing on the floor or ground.
- Any opening control adjacent to a door referred to in paragraph 3.6., whether being outside or inside of the vehicle, shall not be higher than 1300 mm from the ground or the floor.
- ‘Lift’ means a device or system with a platform that can be raised and lowered to provide passenger access between the floor of a passenger compartment and the ground or kerb.
- ‘network control unit (NCU)’ means equipment to be located in the aircraft that ensures that signals transmitted by ground-based mobile electronic communication systems listed in Table 2 in the Annex are not detectable within the cabin by raising the noise floor inside the cabin in mobile communication receive bands.