a radio, television set, or other furnishing or appliance intended to stand on the floor rather than on a table; console.
noun 1. a solid bottom, found in some types of automobiles, that adds rigidity to the structure and serves as the base for the seats.
noun 1. a system of financing that permits a dealer to borrow money to buy goods, which become the security for the loan that is repaid when the merchandise is sold.
- Floor plate
floor plate n. The thin ventral portion of the embryonic neural tube that merges with the basal portion of the lateral plates. Also called ventral plate.
noun, Theater. 1. See under . noun, Theater. 1. one of several metal boxes placed backstage in the floor (floor pocket) or wall of a theater and containing jacks for electric cables used in lighting units.