Spanish Word for downstairs  

English Word: downstairs

Spanish Word: la planta baja
The Spanish Word for downstairs
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Downstairs there is a kitchen, a dinning room and a living room.
En la planta baja está la cocina, el comedor y la sala.
I am going downstairs
(Yo) bajo la escalera
He goes downstairs.
El Baja las escaleras.

The responsibility in dealing with those problems lies with us all – all the institutions – and not only with the press room downstairs.
La responsabilidad de hacer frente a esos problemas recae sobre todos nosotros –todas las instituciones– y no solamente sobre la sala de prensa de abajo.
Mr President, would you consider designating two of the lifts downstairs for Members of Parliament.
Señor Presidente, ¿tendría usted a bien considerar la posibilidad de reservar dos de los ascensores de abajo para los diputados al Parlamento?
What I do not praise, however, is the Bureau's organisation, with us sitting up here while the Sakharov prize is being discussed downstairs.
Sin embargo, no quiero alabar el modo de proceder de la Mesa que nos obliga a estar aquí sentados mientras abajo discuten los portadores del premio Sajarov.
For example, a thousand people a year - no doubt some of them small children - die in England and Wales while falling downstairs.
Por ejemplo, mil personas - entre las que, sin duda, se encuentran niños pequeños - mueren cada año en Inglaterra y Gales a consecuencia de una caída por las escaleras.
I came in one hour early for this debate, very politely went downstairs, and indicated to the staff there that I would like to speak.
He llegado una hora antes a este debate, bajé las escaleras educadamente y le indiqué al personal que estaba allí que quería hablar.
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