основание; фундамент ; подвал ; полуподвальный этаж; подвальный этаж; цокольный этаж
- Inversion of a basin undoubtedly involves movement of the underlying basement.
- At Mrs Parvis's the metal meat-safe hanging from its nail outside the basement room never contained meat, only sausages and suet, with bluebottles buzzing round.
- All the floorboards had been removed, and the ceilings and plasterwork had crashed down into the basement with the weight of water pouring through the roof.
- Some of the boys followed and we went down into the basement and I turned the phonograph on as loud as it would play.
- One set of doors led through to where a sign marked "The Studio" took me down a flight of stairs to the basement beneath, the cosiness and warmth of which was a welcomed contrast to the watery excesses above.
- The prisoners in the basement were dehumanised, blindfolded, anonymous "subversives".
- The cube building is the base, with consulting rooms in the basement and the sides of the cube are a honeycomb of booths soft furnished with couch, video screen, audio input - and the article as common in every house as the telephone once was, the communications terminal, enabling me to key-in my needs.
- The remaining basement space was devoted to poster printing machines, and the furnace at the back, where the asbestos cards, each in the form of a page, were placed in moulds for molten lead to flow around them producing curved plates, one for each page.
- Cartoonists showed the White House half-askew on this basement, noxious odours rising from the grates, while the President snoozed upstairs.
- The whole morning was a fair to average shambles, even when we got back to Battalion HQ We found the basement at Cadogan Gardens full of fainting civilians - mostly rather pretty girls."
- Leonard also had a little room in the basement in which a piano was kept, where they spent much time together.
- A model was exhibited in a basement near Byres Road that showed a garden Glasgow, green spaces and stands of trees punctuated by pretty towers and an ultra-modern sunken railway system.
- They had a cavernous basement room which they had painted apricot and white, to cheer it up; it was furnished with a double divan, two very old arm-chairs with curvaceous rolled arms and head-rests, plum and plushy and dusty, a second-hand stained-oak office desk, where Roland worked, and a newer varnished beech desk, where the typewriter sat.