CEILING meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
a debt/spending/production ceiling They agreed on a spending ceiling over the next five years of between 1.2% to 1.3%. the ceiling on sth The good news is that the ceiling on teachers earnings has been removed. the ceiling for sth We will keep within the ceiling for public spending and do better if we can.
This makes it relatively easy to repair the pipes and insulation behind the ceiling, since all that is necessary is to lift off the cardboard, rather than digging through the drywall and then replacing it. Other types of ceiling include the cathedral ceiling, the concave or barrel-shaped ceiling, the stretched ceiling and the coffered ceiling.
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