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Terrace may refer to:
- Terrace (agriculture), a leveled surface built into the landscape for agriculture or salt production
- Terrace (building), a raised flat platform
- Terrace (geology), a step-like landform that borders a shoreline or river floodplain
- Terrace garden, an element where a raised flat paved or gravelled section overlooks a prospect
- Terraced house, a style of housing where identical individual houses are cojoined into rows
- Terrace (stadium), standing spectator areas, especially in Europe and South America, or the sloping portion of the outfield in a baseball stadium, not necessarily for seating, but for practical or decorative purposes
- Fluvial terrace, a natural, flat surface that borders and lies above the floodplain of a stream or river
- Tone terracing in phonetics
- Terrace melodic motion in music
- Terrace, a street suffix
- The roof of a building, especially one accessible to the residents for various purposes
- A sidewalk cafe
- Terrace, British Columbia, a community in Canada
- Terrace, Utah, a ghost town in the Great Salt Lake Desert, United States
- Terraces (Bahá'í), nineteen terraces that beautify the Bahá'í Faith's Shrine of the Bab on Mount Carmel in Haifa, Israel
- Terrace F. Club, a Princeton University eating club
- Terrace (board game), an abstract strategy game played on a terraced board
- St Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace, a private Christian Brothers school in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, commonly known as Terrace
- Mutual Street Arena, originally, Arena Gardens, the first artificial ice rink in Toronto, Canada; it was later converted to a roller skating rink bearing the name "The Terrace"
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