Definition of mezzanine
- (v) to blow off. "That bitch didn't show up -- I just got mezzanined." 2. (v) to be tipsy. "I've had a little too much to drink -- I'm feeling mezzanined." 3. (n) of high quality or containing something of high quality. "I want my martini mezzanine." 4. (n) dwelling in a high place. "Where on the shelf is the cook book? Oh, it's mezzanine."
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