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What does the という in this sentence mean? 床という床はしみひとつないようにし、腰かけからはほこりをはらい、ベッドにはぜんぶ小じわひとつあってもいけないのです。
The only meaning I've come across is ~called~, or... ~that says~. Why does という here translate to "every"?

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I feel sort of silly, but I found the answer to my question a few minutes after posting it. If anyone is wondering about the same question, the second instance of this grammar is explained here:

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language


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