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(Substantiv) 
Definition
a hall or corridor
The toilets are up the stairs and along the passage to your right.
Synonyme
corridor
He raced down the corridor towards the exit.
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hallway
A central hallway leads into the dining and living areas.
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passageway
an underground passageway that connects the two buildings
,
hall
The lights were on in the hall and in the bedroom.
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lobby
I met her in the lobby of the museum.
,
entrance
He drove in through a side entrance.
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exit
We headed quickly for the fire exit.
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doorway
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aisle
the frozen food aisle
,
entrance hall
,
vestibule
A tiled vestibule leads to an impressive staircase.
(Substantiv) 
Definition
a channel or opening providing a way through
I spotted someone lurking in the passage between the two houses.
Synonyme
alley
The citadel is reached through a series of narrow alleys.
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way
He came round the back way.
, ,
close (British)
, ,
road
There was very little traffic on the roads.
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channel
We'll be lodging a complaint through the official channels.
, , ,
lane
a quiet country lane
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avenue
It is set in landscaped grounds at the end of a tree-lined avenue.
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(Substantiv) 
Definition
a section of a written work, speech, or piece of music
He read a passage from the Bible.
Synonyme
extract
He read us an extract from his latest novel.
, , ,
section
a geological section of a rock
, ,
text
I'll read the text aloud first.
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clause
There is a clause in his contract which entitles him to a percentage of the profits.
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excerpt
an excerpt from Tchaikovsky's `Nutcracker'
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paragraph
The length of a paragraph should depend on the information it contains.
, ,
quotation
He illustrated his argument with quotations from Pasternak.
(Substantiv) 
Definition
the act of passing from one place or condition to another
the passage of troops through Spain
Synonyme
movement
the movement of the fish going up river
, , ,
progress
The road was too rough for further progress in the car.
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flow
watching the quiet flow of the olive-green water
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motion
the laws governing light, sound and motion
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transit
They halted transit of EU livestock.
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progression
Both drugs slow the progression of the disease.
(Substantiv) 
Definition
a channel or opening providing a way through
cells that line the air passages
Synonyme
tube
,
opening
He squeezed through an opening in the fence.
,
hole
They got in through a hole in the wall.
kids with holes in the knees of their jeans
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aperture
Through the aperture he could see daylight.
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inlet
a blocked water inlet
,
duct
a big air duct in the ceiling
,
orifice
Viruses get into the body via any convenient orifice.
(Substantiv) 
Definition
a channel or opening providing a way through
They elbowed a passage through the shoppers.
Synonyme
way
Can you tell me the way to the station?
,
route
the most direct route to the town centre
,
path
A group of reporters blocked his path.
The tornado wrecked everything in its path.
,
course
For nearly four hours we maintained our course northwards.
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way through
(Substantiv) 
Definition
the act of passing from one place or condition to another
the passage of troops through the country
Synonyme
, , , ,
crossing
,
movement
the first movement of Beethoven's 7th symphony
, ,
traversal
(Substantiv) 
Definition
the act of passing from one place or condition to another
the passage from school to college
Synonyme
transition
a period of transition
,
change
They are going to have to make some drastic changes.
,
move
My eyes followed their every move.
,
development
the development of the embryo
, ,
shift
There has been a shift of the elderly to this state.
,
conversion
the conversion of disused rail lines into cycle routes
, ,
metamorphosis
his metamorphosis from a republican to a democrat
(Substantiv) 
Definition
the establishing of a law by a law-making body
a long speech to prevent the passage of a bill
Synonyme
,
passing
the formal passing of the treaty
, ,
sanction
The king could not enact laws without the sanction of parliament.
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approval
The proposed modifications met with widespread approval.
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acceptance
Avant-garde music has not found general public acceptance.
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adoption
the adoption of Japanese management practices
,
ratification
The accord is subject to ratification by the five parliaments.
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enactment
the enactment of a Bill of Rights
,
authorization
a request for authorization to use military force
,
validation
,
legalization
10 (Substantiv) 
Its value increases with the passage of time.
Synonyme
passing
The passing of time brought a sense of emptiness.
,
course
In the course of the 1930s, steel production in Britain approximately doubled.
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march
the relentless march of technology
, , ,
moving on
11 (Substantiv) 
Definition
a journey by ship
We arrived after a 10-hour passage by ship.
Synonyme
journey
a journey from Manchester to Plymouth
,
crossing
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tour
week five of my tour of European cities
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trip
On the Thursday we went out on a day trip.
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trek
He is on a trek through the South Gobi desert.
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voyage
She aims to follow Amundsen's voyage to Antarctica.
12 (Substantiv) 
Definition
the right or freedom to pass
They were granted safe passage to Baghdad.
Synonyme
,
right to travel
,
freedom to travel
,
permission to travel
,
authorization to travel

Zusätzliche Synonyme

in the sense of acceptance
Definition
favourable reception
Avant-garde music has not found general public acceptance.
in the sense of adoption
the adoption of Japanese management practices
in the sense of aisle
Definition
a passageway separating seating areas in a church, theatre, or cinema, or separating rows of shelves in a supermarket
the frozen food aisle
Synonyme

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