liftshaft

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Old English sceaft, from Germanic *skaftaz.

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liftshaft (plural liftshafts)

  1. (UK) The vertical shaft in a building used to permit the movement of a lift (elevator) from floor to floor.
    Usage: Great Britain (equivalent usage of elevator shaft)

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