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mezzanine

mez·za·nine / ˈmezəˌnēn; ˌmezəˈnēn/ • n. a low story between two others in a building, typically between the ground and first floors. ∎  the lowest balcony of a theater, stadium, etc., or the front rows of the balcony. • adj. Finance relating to or denoting unsecured, higher-yielding loans that are subordinate to bank loans and secured loans but rank above equity.

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mezzanine

mezzanine. Partial low storey (entresol if immediately over the ground-floor) introduced in the height of a principal storey, or any subordinate storey intermediate between two main storeys.

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mezzanine

mezzanine low storey between two higher ones. XVIII. — F. — It. mezzanino, dim. of mezzano middle.

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