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entresol definition


This page has two definitions of entresol in English and French. Entresol is a noun. Also define these 0 related words and terms: .

English entresol definition


French entresol


entresol (plural entresols)

  1. A mezzanine; an intermediate floor in a building, typically resembling a balcony. Most often used to refer to the floor immediately above the ground floor and below a higher floor.
    • 1848 November – 1850 December, William Makepeace Thackeray, chapter 68, in The History of Pendennis. [], volume (please specify |volume=I or II), London: Bradbury and Evans, [], OCLC 2057953:
      The late lord in autumn filled Castlewood with company, who drank claret till midnight: the present man buries himself in a hut on a Scotch mountain, and passes November in two or three closets in an entresol at Paris, where his amusements are a dinner at a cafe and a box at a little theatre.
    • 1903, Henry James, The Ambassadors[1]:
      This idea, however, was luckily all before him again from the moment he crossed the threshold of the little entresol of the Quartier Marbœuf into which she had gathered, as she said, picking them up in a thousand flights and funny little passionate pounces, the makings of a final nest.


French entresol definition


From entre- +‎ sol.


entresol m (plural entresols)

  1. entresol


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