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down·stairs / ˈdounˈste(ə)rz/ • adv. down a flight of stairs: I tripped over the cat and fell downstairs. ∎  on or to a lower floor: we were waiting for you downstairs she called him downstairs. • adj. situated downstairs: the downstairs bathroom. • n. the ground floor or lower floors of a building: the downstairs was hardly damaged at all.

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downstairsbackstairs, chargés d'affaires, downstairs, Pears, theirs, unawares, understairs, upstairs

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