multistory multistory  /ˈməl ti ˌstɔ ri/


  • (adj) having more than one story



  1. Clearly visible is the low line of motorized dhonis tethered in the harbor, and just beyond the boats, a row of multistory buildings that seem to be floating like a mirage.
  2. The other, a glass globe, holds a multistory re-creation of a rain forest.
  3. More than 75% of Tangshan's 916 multistory buildings, which were not built to withstand quakes, were flattened or severely damaged by the temblor; only four remained intact.



  1. "Signing a permanent status agreement with the weak Abbas is like building a multistory building without foundations," Benjamin Netanyahu, leader of Israel's right-wing opposition Likud Party, said Tuesday. "Sooner or later this building will...
    on Nov 27, 2007 By: Benjamin Netanyahu Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. "We have invented fundamentally new systems for such stations, which are much cheaper and much more efficient than the old concrete multistory buildings, which cost billions of Soviet rubles. We deployed the first such station near St. Petersburg,...
    on Feb 7, 2007 By: Sergei Ivanov Source: Interfax Russia

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