hall

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations'hall', 'Hall': /ˈhɔːl/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/hɔl/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(hôl)


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hall

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. the [pictures, paintings] (hanging) in the hall
  2. the [bathroom, bedroom] is just down the hall (and on the right)
  3. the [room, dorm] just down the hall from me
  4. the [fuse, switch] box is in the hall
  5. a [narrow, long, wide] hall
  6. a [beautiful, grand, large] entrance hall
  7. take this hall to get to
  8. just at the end of this hall
  9. [walking, strolling] down the hall
  10. no running in the hall!
  11. [hanging out, talking] in the hall
  12. the hall was [closed, roped off] (for)
  13. a [dance, reception, banquet, concert] hall
  14. go to the city hall to [ask about, pay for, get, apply for]
  15. is in the hall of fame (of)
  16. the [rock and roll, team's] hall of fame
  17. was inducted into the hall of fame
  18. is a hall of famer
  19. UK: lives in the halls of residence
n as adj
  1. is this [week's] hall monitor
  2. can I see your hall pass?
  3. where is your hall pass?
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