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    Default Take the lift down to -2

    I'm a native English speaker and I'd like to know how you say that "-2" in "Take the lift down to -2" : do you say "minus two" or "level 2 below ground floor" or ???
    Thanks a lot !

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    Default Re: Take the lift down to -2

    I've heard a couple of different phraseologies used...."lower level 2", or "sub-basement", for example.

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