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hall en inglés británico

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hallnoun [ 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.

Más ejemplos

  • The kids always clutter the hall up with school bags and coats and stuff.
  • She ran excitedly down the hall to greet her cousins.
  • We're having a new carpet laid in the hall next week.
  • A portrait of the earl takes pride of place in the entrance hall.
  • She sashayed down the stairs and into the hall.

hall noun [ C ] (BUILDING)

A2 a building or large room used for events involving a lot of people:

the Royal Albert Hall
a concert hall
UK the school sports hall
UK I'm playing in a concert at the village/church hall.

Más ejemplos

  • The people at the back of the hall started jeering at the speaker.
  • There's a big sports hall for tennis and badminton and such like.
  • The presentation of prizes and certificates will take place in the main hall.
  • The children funnelled along the corridor into the school hall.
  • The new concert hall seats 1500 people.

(Definición de hall del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

hall en inglés americano

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hallnoun [ C ]

us /hɔl/

hall noun [ C ] (PASSAGE)

also hallway, /ˈhɔl·weɪ/ a passage in a building, or the area just inside the main entrance of a building:

Her office is just down the hall.

hall noun [ C ] (BUILDING)

a building or large room used for events involving a lot of people:

A hall can also be a building at a college or university.

(Definición de hall del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)