corridor definition

  • noun:
    • A narrow hall, passageway, or gallery, usually with spaces or apartments opening onto it.
    • A tract of land developing a passageway, eg one which permits an inland nation use of the ocean through a different country.
    • A restricted region of land when it comes to passage through of trains.
    • limited airspace for passage of aircraft.
    • The limited path followed by a spacecraft on a specific mission.
    • A thickly inhabited strip of land linking a couple of cities: the Boston-Washington corridor.
    • A narrow hall or passage with rooms leading off it, as an example in railroad carriages (see Wikipedia).
    • A restricted tract of land that enables passage between two locations.
    • Airspace restricted for the passage of plane.
    • A gallery or passageway leading to several flats of a home.
    • The covered way lying across the entire compass regarding the fortifications of a spot.
    • any fairly slim passageway or route, particularly a strip of land through a foreign area.
    • a densely populated stretch of land.
    • In structure, a gallery or passage in a building.
    • In fortification, a covered way carried round the whole compass associated with fortifications of a place. Wilhelm, Mil. Dict.
    • understand extract.
    • In car-building, a narrow passageway involving the side of a sleeping-, dining-, stateroom- or any other car and a partition which incloses the staterooms, lavatory, kitchen area, or other apartment.
    • a specific passageway; areas often open onto it
    • A narrow hallway, passageway, or gallery, often with rooms or flats starting about it.
    • A tract of land forming a passageway, including the one that enables an inland nation accessibility the sea through a different country.
    • A restricted area of land for the passage of trains.
    • limited airspace when it comes to passage through of aircraft.
    • The restricted course followed by a spacecraft on a specific objective.
    • A thickly populated strip of land linking two or more towns: the Boston-Washington corridor.
    • A narrow hall or passageway with rooms leading off it, for instance in railroad carriages (see Wikipedia).
    • A restricted area of land that enables passageway between two places.
    • Airspace restricted for the passing of plane.
    • A gallery or passageway leading to a few apartments of a home.
    • The covered way lying round the whole compass of this fortifications of a spot.
    • any reasonably thin passageway or route, such as a strip of land through a foreign area.
    • a densely inhabited stretch of land.
    • In architecture, a gallery or passageway in a building.
    • In fortification, a covered means transported around the entire compass associated with fortifications of a spot. Wilhelm, Mil. Dict.
    • understand extract.
    • In car-building, a narrow passage amongst the part of a sleeping-, dining-, stateroom- or any other automobile and a partition which incloses the staterooms, lavatory, cooking area, or any other apartment.
    • an enclosed passageway; rooms often start about it
  • idiom:
    • corridors of power someplace for which powerful frontrunners work and rule.
    • corridors of energy someplace which powerful frontrunners work and guideline.

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