Definition of 'stairway'

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Example sentences containing 'stairway'

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He opened it and found a descending stairway. Campbell, Eileen & Brennan, J. H. Dictionary of Mind, Body and Spirit (1994)It is to stand at the top of the main stairway outside the conference hall. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Some of the youths blocked the stairway and others watched, laughing. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He leads the way up a dark stone stairway to his vast, cluttered studio on the top floor. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The walls on either side of the narrow stairway are mirrors and you see yourself reflected over and over again all the way to infinity. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Suddenly, he stood up and left the room, exiting by an outside stairway. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It was rejected as the venue for the championship because its open-plan design, around a central spiral stairway was considered impractical. Times, Sunday Times (2006)

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Translations for 'stairway'

British English: stairway NOUN
A stairway is a staircase or a flight of steps, inside or outside a building.
...the stairway leading to the top floor.
  • American English: stairway
  • Brazilian Portuguese: escada
  • Chinese: > 楼梯建筑物内部或外部的
  • European Spanish: escaleras
  • French: escalier
  • German: Treppe
  • Italian: scala
  • Japanese: 階段
  • Korean: > 계단죽 이어진
  • European Portuguese: escada
  • Latin American Spanish: escaleras

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