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Floor may refer to one of the following:
- Floor, the lower surface of a room; and the supportive subfloor, the layer which structurally provides the strength and support for the flooring above commonly miscalled 'the floor'.
- Storey, a level of a building
- Flooring, a type of floor covering for example wood flooring, tile flooring, vinyl flooring
- Floor (gymnastics), a specially prepared exercise surface
- Dance floor or Sprung floor for dancing
Mathematics, science and engineering
Geography and Earth sciences
- Seabed, the bottom of the ocean
Economics and business
- Interest rate cap and floor
- Floor trading, where traders meet at a trading floor to buy and sell
- Shop floor in retail or factory premises, where people work with machines or clients
Floor (legislative) and in public speaking
- The generality of the house members, as opposed to committee
- The part of the house assigned to the members, as opposed to the viewing gallery
- In public speaking, such as a legislature or town hall meeting, the person currently allowed to speak is said to "have the floor"
- Floor, a Dutch given name for girls as well as boys, derived from the Latin florere, meaning "to be with flowers, to bloom".
- Kabamba Floors, a South African rugby union footballer
- Floor (valley), the bottom of a valley
- Floor (poker) a reference to a floor person who runs a poker room and makes decisions on hands.
- Floor, a metal band from Florida
- Floor, an album by the above-mentioned band.
- The Floor, name under which the Danish rock band The Hitmakers were known in the period 1967–1968
- Floors Castle, Scotland
- Floor exercise, gymnastics routines with no equipment
- Floored, a documentary about the Chicago trading floors
- "FLOOR", a song by P-MODEL from the album Another Game
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