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Meaning of “wall” - Learner’s Dictionary

wall

noun [C]     /wɔːl/
PART OF BUILDING A1 one of the vertical sides of a room or building: There were several large paintings on the wall.Walls and parts of walls
DIVIDE AREA A1 a vertical structure made of brick or stone that divides areas that are owned by different people: a garden wallWalls and parts of walls
→  See also fly on the wall , be banging your head against a brick wall , drive sb up the wall
(Definition of wall from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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