A flight of stairs with their supporting framework, casing, balusters, etc.
A stretch of river where the water pours over a series of drops that resemble a staircase.
This term is often reserved for the stairs themselves: the steps, railings and landings; though often it is used interchangeably with "stairs" and "stairway".
a way of access consisting of a set of steps
A flight of stairs with its supporting framing and balustrade.
A set of stairs and its surrounding structure, walls, floors, ceiling and elements, etc.
The entire structure relating to a stair, comprising steps, treads, risers, strings, balustrading, landings etc
A series of ledges where one jumps down from one to the next. For example, a staircase could be on a naturally occurring cliff jump or on a manmade BoarderCross course.
(in television). Same as color bars. A pattern generated by the TV generator, consisting of equal width luminance steps of 0, +20, +40, +60, +80, and +100 IRE units and a constant amplitude chroma signal at color burst phase. Chroma amplitude is selectable at 20 IRE units (low stairs) or 40 IRE units (high stairs). The staircase pattern is useful for checking linearity of luminance and chroma gain, differential gain and differential phase.
A type of waterfall that flows a series of consistent steps, resembling a staircase.
A series of steps, leading from one level of floor to another, including any landings between the floors.