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hall·way

 (hôl′wā′)
n.
1. A corridor in a building.
2. An entrance hall.

hallway

(ˈhɔːlˌweɪ)
n
(Architecture) a hall or corridor

hall•way

(ˈhɔlˌweɪ)

n.
1. a corridor.
2. an entrance hall.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hallway - an interior passage or corridor onto which rooms openhallway - an interior passage or corridor onto which rooms open; "the elevators were at the end of the hall"
ceiling - the overhead upper surface of a covered space; "he hated painting the ceiling"
concourse - a wide hallway in a building where people can walk
corridor - an enclosed passageway; rooms usually open onto it
floor, flooring - the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"
wall - an architectural partition with a height and length greater than its thickness; used to divide or enclose an area or to support another structure; "the south wall had a small window"; "the walls were covered with pictures"

hallway

noun corridor, hall, passageway A central hallway leads into the dining and living areas.
Translations
رَدْهَةمَمَر، مَمْشى
chodbahalapředsíň
entréhall
aula
hodnik
forstofa; gangur
玄関
복도
predsieň
entré
ทางเดินห้องโถง
tiền sảnh

hallway

[ˈhɔːlweɪ] n
(= entrance hall) → vestibule m
(= corridor) → couloir m

hallway

nFlur m, → Korridor m

hallway

[ˈhɔːlˌweɪ] n (corridor) → corridoio; (entrance) → ingresso

hall

(hoːl) noun
1. a room or passage at the entrance to a house. We left our coats in the hall.
2. (a building with) a large public room, used for concerts, meetings etc. a community hall.
3. a building with offices where the administration of a town etc is carried out. a town hall; (American) the city hall.
4. (American) a passageway through a building; a corridor.
5. a building of a university, college etc, especially one in which students etc live.
ˈhallmark noun
a mark put on gold and silver articles to show the quality of the gold or silver.
ˈhallway noun
a hall or passage.

hallway

رَدْهَة hala entré Flur χώρος υποδοχής vestíbulo de entrada aula vestibule hodnik ingresso 玄関 복도 gang korridor korytarz pátio de entrada коридор entré ทางเดินห้องโถง antre tiền sảnh 走廊
References in classic literature ?
The feeble blaze of life that remained in her body was blown into a flame by her anxiety and she crept out of bed, dressed and hurried along the hallway toward her son's room, shaking with exaggerated fears.
A single faint light gleamed out from the hallway of the house.
Scarce had Carthoris passed through the short hallway that connected the door of the building and the great room beyond it than he became aware of the presence of something or some one in the hallway through which he had but just passed.
He cautiously opened one of the doors and found it led into a hallway.
Before her led a broad hallway in the center of which was a little pool of clear water.
With shrieks of pain the men escaped into the hallway as quickly as they could; but even before the first one staggered, bleeding and broken, from the room, Rokoff had seen enough to convince him that Tarzan would not be the one to lie dead in that house this night, and so the Russian had hastened to a nearby den and telephoned the police that a man was committing murder on the third floor of Rue Maule, 27.
In the darkness of the hallway Jimmie discerned a knot of women talking volubly.
The hallway there was dimly lighted by two pale jets of gas one--far to his right, the other nearer, to his left.
Fifteen minutes later the great clock in the hallway of the Harrington homestead struck six.
Through the arched hallways and into the magnificent throne room marched the Tin Woodman and his followers, and here, when the green silken curtains fell behind them, they saw a curious sight.
Martin decided not to enter immediately, and lingered in the hallways for a quarter of an hour.
When they found him wandering along the hallways at night, or climbing over giddy roofs, or running in the hills, they decided he was a somnambulist.