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English definition of “gangway”

gangway

noun [C]     /ˈɡæŋ.weɪ/
a passage between two rows of seats, for example in a cinema or bus: His suitcase was blocking the gangway.Buses, trams and coachesPassages and entrance areas a wide or big gangplankPhrases telling people to go away
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