Meaning of uncarpeted in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnˈkɑːpɪtɪd/

Translate uncarpeted into Spanish


  • (of a floor) not covered with a carpet.

    ‘Priss dropped her grip on the receiver, which promptly clattered onto the uncarpeted kitchen floor with a resounding metallic noise.’
    • ‘Shadow fell upon shadow; darkening nadirs entwining like oily hands across walls and uncarpeted floors.’
    • ‘Floors were vacuumed with a high-efficiency particulate air filter vacuum cleaner at a floor-specific rate, uncarpeted floors were wet-washed with a high-phosphate detergent, and all floors were again HEPA-vacuumed.’
    • ‘I woke up to Ohio's famously freezing weather and accidentally tripped myself as I got out of bed, therefore landing on my freezing derrière right in the middle of the freezing, uncarpeted floor.’
    • ‘Priss nearly rocketed right through the ceiling at the sudden and abrupt sound of a fragile object crashing onto hard, uncarpeted floor and breaking into pieces.’
    • ‘The past week she had slept on the couch in the living room, but now she was forced to sleep on the cold, uncarpeted floor of Christine's bedroom.’
    • ‘Choose an uncarpeted room and protect the table with a cover that you can roll up and throw away or shake off outside and wash.’
    • ‘Basically the downstairs bathroom and the kitchen are the only uncarpeted rooms, and the kitchen is somewhat of a high-traffic area.’
    • ‘Noise banged through the high-ceilinged, uncarpeted room, matching the din inside her skull.’
    • ‘The majority of the space has a bare uncarpeted concrete floor without a suspended ceiling.’
    • ‘The floor, still uncarpeted wood paneling, was covered next to the bed with a flower pattern throw rug.’
    • ‘Blinding lights found twelve boys immediately jumping out of six brown-painted metal bunk beds onto a bland gray uncarpeted tile floor with an almost military precision.’
    • ‘The floors were hardwood and uncarpeted, and there was an old, dusty smell lingering in the air that made me sneeze.’
    • ‘I took the lift, which oddly went only as far as the twelfth floor, then the stairs, which for the brief stretch between floors were dank and dark, uncarpeted and disused.’
    • ‘I met him in the small, relaxed, carpeted upper dining room, as opposed to the larger, more boisterous, uncarpeted ground-floor one.’
    • ‘He took her up some uncarpeted side stairs to a small room containing only what appeared to be a photocopier and locked the door behind them.’
    • ‘From inside it sounds like a Spitfire with the whine of the gearbox, a resonance through the uncarpeted cockpit and stones rattling like bullets off the underside.’
    • ‘Stan has ‘a laugh exactly like an empty tin can tumbling down uncarpeted stairs’.’
    • ‘On his left, across the hall, an uncarpeted sitting room had walls decorated with paste-ons of classical scenes.’
    • ‘Half an hour later, as Dawn and I made our way down the steep, uncarpeted stairs, Emily met us at the bottom.’
    uncovered, uncarpeted, unpainted, unvarnished