The inside lining of a room overhead; the under side of the floor above; the upper surface opposite to the floor.
an section of the climb that juts abruptly outward and looms overhead; also called roof or overhang
1. an actual or assumed upper limit. 2. the highest possible score on a test. See also ceiling effect.
The ceiling of a value is the smallest whole number greater than that value. See also floor.
the overhead upper surface of a room; "he hated painting the ceiling"
an upper limit on what is allowed; "they established a cap for prices"
an overhead, a floor is a deck, a hall is a passageway, a bathroom is a head, a stairway is a ladder, a kitchen is a galley, and so on and so on
Rounding mode that rounds to the closest representable number in the direction of positive infinity. This is equivalent to the ceil mode in Fixed-Point Toolbox. See also convergent rounding, floor (round toward), nearest (round toward), rounding, truncation, zero (round toward)
An upper limit on campaign expenditures. Sometimes also refers to the upper limit on what individuals, PACs, and political parties can contribute.
A great place to mount a projector. Usually found opposite a floor when indoors.
A term used in the system of indicator prices. The ceiling is the upper limit in the price ranges established for the purpose of adjusting quotas in response to movements in prices.* See also Adjustment of quotas; Floorâ€‘, Indicator prices; Price ranges
The upper limit of performance that can be measured effectively by a test. Individuals are said to have reached the ceiling of a test when they perform at the top of the range in which the test can make reliable discriminations. If an individual or group scores at the ceiling of a test, the next higher level of the test should be administered, if available.
The upper limit or maximum established value for a loan.
The inside part or covering of a room. Alternately, an upper limit set on anything.
Limit imposed on something e.g. on loans etc.
A ceiling is an overhead interior surface that bounds the upper limit of a room. Generally not a structural element, but a finished surface concealing the underside of the floor or roof structure above.