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"corridor" in British English

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corridornoun [C]

uk   /ˈkɒr.ɪ.dɔːr/  us   /ˈkɔːr.ɪ.dɚ/
  • corridor noun [C] (PASSAGE)

B2 a ​longpassage in a ​building or ​train, ​especially with ​rooms on either ​side: Her ​office is at the end of the corridor.

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  • corridor noun [C] (LAND)

a ​longpiece of one country's ​land that goes through another ​country: the ​Polish corridor
(Definition of corridor from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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corridornoun [C]

 us   /ˈkɔr·əd·ər, ˈkɑr-, -əˌdɔr/
  • corridor noun [C] (PASSAGE)

a ​longpassage in a ​building, ​ship, or ​train, esp. with ​rooms on one or both ​side: The ​bathroom is at the end of the corridor.
  • corridor noun [C] (REGION)

a ​long, ​narrowregion between two or more ​largecities, or an ​area along a ​busyroad: the Boston to Washington corridor the Route 28 corridor
(Definition of corridor from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “corridor”
in Korean 복도…
in Arabic مَمَرّ…
in Malaysian kaki lima…
in French corridor…
in Russian коридор…
in Chinese (Traditional) 通道, (尤指兩邊是房間的)走廊,通道,過道…
in Italian corridoio…
in Turkish koridor…
in Polish korytarz…
in Spanish pasillo, corredor…
in Vietnamese hành lang…
in Portuguese corredor…
in Thai ทางเดินยาวในตึก…
in German der Gang…
in Catalan passadís…
in Japanese ろうか…
in Chinese (Simplified) 通道, (尤指两边是房间的)走廊,通道,过道…
in Indonesian lorong…
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