Definitions for hallwayˈhɔlˌweɪ
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word hallway
an interior passage or corridor onto which rooms open
"the elevators were at the end of the hall"
A corridor in a building that connects rooms.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Having a printer at the end of the hallway is going to force you to walk every time you print a page.
We were in our hallway and we were holding our hands praying. I know that’s the only reason we’re OK.
There is a 'freecycle' element, anything you don't want that's reusable is left in a hallway and usually within 24 hours it is re-absorbed into the community.
I stayed an hour with them, i was never scared, because I had only one idea in my head :' They should not go to the end( of the hallway) to see Lilian, that's all.' That's what kept me calm.
For instance, if you walk down the hallway in an LDS chapel, a Mormon church, and look at the Sunday school classes, you're going to see windows in the doorways into those Sunday school classes so people can look inside and walk by.
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