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aisle

 (īl)
n.
1. A part of a church divided laterally from the nave, transept, or choir by a row of columns.
2. A passageway between rows of seats, as in an auditorium or an airplane.
3. A passageway for inside traffic, as in a department store, warehouse, or supermarket.

[Alteration (influenced by isle French aile, wing) of Middle English ele, from Old French, wing of a building, from Latin āla.]

aisle

(aɪl)
n
1. a passageway separating seating areas in a theatre, church, etc; gangway
2. (Architecture) a lateral division in a church flanking the nave or chancel
3. rolling in the aisles informal (of an audience) overcome with laughter
[C14 ele (later aile, aisle, through confusion with isle (island)), via Old French from Latin āla wing]
aisled adj
ˈaisleless adj

aisle

(aɪl)

n.
1. a walkway between or along sections of seats, shelves, counters, etc., as in a theater, church, or department store.
2. a longitudinal division in a church, separated from the main area or nave by an arcade or the like.
Idioms:
in the aisles, (of an audience) convulsed with laughter.
[1350–1400; resp. (with ai < French) of earlier i(s)le, yle, late Middle English]
aisled, adj.

Aisle

 Dialectal. double rows of wheat sheaves set up to dry.
Example: aisle of wheat, 1817.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aisle - a long narrow passage (as in a cave or woods)aisle - a long narrow passage (as in a cave or woods)
passage - a way through or along which someone or something may pass
2.aisle - passageway between seating areas as in an auditorium or passenger vehicle or between areas of shelves of goods as in storesaisle - passageway between seating areas as in an auditorium or passenger vehicle or between areas of shelves of goods as in stores
passageway - a passage between rooms or between buildings
3.aisle - part of a church divided laterally from the nave proper by rows of pillars or columnsaisle - part of a church divided laterally from the nave proper by rows of pillars or columns
area - a part of a structure having some specific characteristic or function; "the spacious cooking area provided plenty of room for servants"

aisle

noun passageway, path, lane, passage, corridor, alley, gangway the frozen food aisle
rolling in the aisles roaring with laughter, giggling, chuckling, sniggering, cracking up (informal), chortling, guffawing, tittering, convulsed (informal), in stitches, busting a gut (informal), creasing up (informal), splitting your sides a host of comic talent which will have you rolling in the aisles
Translations
مَمَر بَيْن صَفَّي مَقَاعِدمـَمْشى
ulička
gangmidtergang
käytävä
prolaz
gangur
通路
통로
takastarpas
eja
ulička
prehod
gång
ทางเดินระหว่างที่นั่ง
koridorara yol
lối đi ở giữa

aisle

[aɪl] N (Rel) → nave f (lateral); (in theatre, plane, train, coach, supermarket) → pasillo m
aisle seatasiento m de pasillo
to walk up or down the aisle with sb (o.f.) → llevar al altar a algn
it had them rolling in the aisleslos tuvo muertos de (la) risa

aisle

[ˈaɪl] n
[church] (central)allée f centrale; (side)nef f latérale
to walk down the aisle (= get married) → se marier
(in theatre)allée f
(on plane)couloir m aisle seat
(in supermarket)allée faisle seat nplace m côté couloir

aisle

nGang m; (in church) → Seitenschiff nt; (central aisle) → Mittelgang m; aisle seatSitz mam Gang; to walk down the aislevor den Altar treten; to walk down the aisle with somebodyjdn zum Altar führen; he had them rolling in the aisles (inf)er brachte sie so weit, dass sie sich vor Lachen kugelten (inf)or wälzten (inf)

aisle

[aɪl] n (of church, lateral) → navata laterale; (central) → navata centrale; (of theatre, train, coach, plane) → corridoio; (in supermarket) → passaggio
it had them rolling in the aisles → li ha fatti rotolare (per terra) dalle risate

aisle

(ail) noun
a passage between rows of seats etc in a church, cinema etc.

aisle

مـَمْشى ulička midtergang Gang διάδρομος pasillo käytävä couloir prolaz corridoio 通路 통로 gangpad midtgang przejście corredor, coxia проход gång ทางเดินระหว่างที่นั่ง koridor lối đi ở giữa 走道
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