[reyduh-shoh-sey] /reɪdə ʃoʊˈseɪ/
noun, plural rez-de-chaussées
[reyduh-shoh-sey] /reɪdə ʃoʊˈseɪ/ (Show IPA). French.
street level; ground floor.


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