Hello, I have a question about an expression of "with floor of (amount of money)"
Is it correct to understand the idiom as "minimum"?
(Not a teacher)
Yes, that appears to be what this means, although I have rarely heard this expression. It may refer to an auction bid or a minimum investment required. "Ceiling" is used in the opposite way, to set an upper limit ("debt ceiling").
Thank you so much for your help.
I searched on the internet, looking up dictionaries, but couldn't find the word..
Helped me a lot!
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