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EtymologyEdit

down- +‎ stair +‎ -s

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AdjectiveEdit

downstairs (not comparable)

  1. A floor lower than the current one.

AdverbEdit

downstairs (not comparable)

  1. living, stepping, or coming down the stairs

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NounEdit

downstairs (plural downstairs)

  1. The lower floor of a house, at ground level.
    • (Can we date this quote by Tom Reamy and provide title, author's full name, and other details?), Blind Voices
      Now the two of them rattled around in the old house, even with his office and small clinic sharing the downstairs with the kitchen, parlor, and dining room.
  2. (slang, euphemistic) The genitalia
    The wind lifted up her skirt and I caught a glimpse of her downstairs.

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