Noun(1) an enclosed passageway; rooms usually open onto it
(1) the valley provides the principal wildlife corridor between the uplands and the central urban area(2) The works consist of building a new corridor linking the main building to the disused Telephone Exchange in the rear yard.(3) He dashed out of the classroom and down the corridor to the music room.(4) And that is another reason for the breadth of the corridor between the national parks.(5) his room lay at the very end of the corridor(6) A scream had echoed all along the passenger corridor , waking everyone.(7) the Boston-to-Washington corridor(8) He led them out of the reception hall and down the corridor to a small room on the left.(9) Some of them, apart from the burial chamber, contain a corridor and other rooms.(10) Across the corridor , the dining room has patio doors out to the south-facing rear garden.(11) The people live in dungas, pre-fab buildings, typically a corridor with six rooms off each side.(12) The rectangular building has a corridor running from the entrance hallway with double doors to the drawing room.(13) Her measured footsteps lead her through a corridor to a large room, complete with a fireplace.(14) This will mean no more steps at the entrance, wider corridors , wider doors and a toilet downstairs.(15) She's walking through the corridors of the Engineering building when he sees a man standing in a car in front of the building.(16) They can also be found along river corridors and throughout forested areas of Washington.
1. passage ::
2. passageway ::
3. aisle ::
4. gangway ::
5. hall ::
6. hallway ::
7. gallery ::
8. arcade ::
Different Formscorridor, corridors
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