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1. an underground room, rooms, or storey of a building, usually used for storage
2. a place where wine is stored
3. a stock of bottled wines
That part of a building, the ceiling of which is entirely below grade; or having half or more of its clear height below grade.
What does it mean when you dream about a cellar?
A lower level of a building is a natural symbol of the subconscious mind. Going down into the cellar may signify descending into one’s stored (and perhaps repressed) past.
An excavation in the ground for providing additional height between the rig floor and the wellhead to accommodate various well components and provide a place for collecting drainage water and other fluids for subsequent disposal.
1. A room (or several rooms, or the entire basement floor) that is partially or entirely below grade; relatively cool in the summer and above freezing in the winter; often used as storage space; provides some thermal insulation airspace between the ground or concrete slab and the flooring of the wood floor above.