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hall

US [hɔl]
UK [hɔːl]
  • n.大厅;礼堂;门厅;正门过道
Plural Form:halls  
Hall
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n.
1.
门厅;正门过道a space or passage inside the entrance or front door of a building
She ran into the hall and up the stairs.
她跑进门厅,冲上楼梯。
2.
(大楼内的)走廊a passage in a building with rooms down either side
I headed for Scott's office down the hall.
我沿着走廊直奔斯科特的办公室。
3.
礼堂;大厅a building or large room for public meetings, meals, concerts, etc.
a concert/banqueting/sports/exhibition, etc. hall
音乐厅、宴会厅、体育馆、展厅等
There are three dining halls on campus.
校园里有三个餐厅。
The Royal Albert Hall
皇家艾伯特厅
A jumble sale will be held in the village hall on Saturday.
星期六将在村礼堂举行义卖。
4.
大庄园府邸a large country house
Haddon Hall
哈登府

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