Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [l'ɔft]
meaning of the word
floor consisting of a large unpartitioned space over a factory or warehouse or other commercial space
loft, attic, garret
floor consisting of open space at the top of a house just below roof; often used for storage
The two lads in the loft peered down.
The two lads on the loft listened intently.
This man uses the loft of the building for his home.
And Mona's voice, shorn of its customary assurance, answered faintly from the loft.
He looked quickly about the loft, and then a smile replaced the frown of righteous anger on his face.
"See that pile of dirt?" and he pointed to some refuse that had been swept up from the floor of the loft.
Running to the end of the loft Tom stood for an instant over the trio of lads who were threatening and imploring by 'turns.
As they started to descend the flight of steps from the loft platform, a noise on the ground below attracted their attention.
The big shed was deserted when the lads entered, and went to the loft where they were on a level with the big, red aluminum tank.
At another time he clambered up into the loft under the high peaked roof, where lay numberless forgotten things covered with the dim dust of years.