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noun [C] uk   /hɔːl/  us   /hɑːl/

hall noun [C] (ENTRANCE)

A2 (also hallway) the room just inside the main entrance of a house, apartment, or other building that leads to other rooms and usually to the stairs: I left my bags in the hall.
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hall noun [C] (BUILDING)

A2 a building or large room used for events involving a lot of people: the Royal Albert Hall a concert hallUK the school sports hallUK I'm playing in a concert at the village/church hall.
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