Definicija: n. – the floor of a building below ground; also adj.
Primjer upotrebe: Basement flats are normally very cool in summer.
Prijevod: prizemlje, podrum
Definicija: n. – the top floor of a house which is under a roof, often converted into habitable space for storage or a bedroom
Primjer upotrebe: We use our attic as storage space.
Prijevod: potkrovlje, mansarda
3) to show somebody around something
Definicija: v. – to show e.g. a property to another person, often with the aim of allowing the visitor to decide whether to rent or buy it
Primjer upotrebe: The estate agent has shown the buyers around 7 different flats.
Prijevod: pokazati nekomu nešto
4) elevator (US), lift (UK)
Definicija: n. – equipment installed within a building to transport people or goods between floors
Primjer upotrebe: The lift has broken down in the block of flats so I have to walk all the way up to the 5th floor.
5) en suite
Definicija: adv. – annexed to something, normally a bathroom to a bedroom; also n. – an en-suite (inf.)
Primjer upotrebe: My uncle has a large house with four bedrooms, each of them with an ensuite bathroom.
Prijevod: soba s kupaonicom
Definicija: n. – an area adjacent to a property, normally residential
Primjer upotrebe: I have a small yard at the back of my house with enough room for a few plants.
Definicija: n. – a very small property located in a city or town which is normally not the primary residence of the owner/tenant
Primjer upotrebe: Many MPs have a small pied-a-terre in London where they live during the week when Parliament is in session.
Prijevod: manja kuća
8) (negative) equity
Definicija: n. – the market value of a property less the cost of the unpaid mortgage liability (where this figure is negative)
Primjer upotrebe: After the housing market crashed in 1990, many people were left with negative equity, meaning they could not sell their houses.
Prijevod: (negativni) kapital