Synonyms of 'hall'
an entry area to other rooms in a houseThe lights were on in the hall and in the bedroom.
The toilets are up the stairs and along the passage to your right.
I met her in the lobby of the museum.
He raced down the corridor towards the exit.
A central hallway leads into the dining and living areas.
I went and waited in the foyer.
A lorry blocked the entry to the school.
an underground passageway that connects the two buildings
A tiled vestibule leads to an impressive staircase.
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in the sense of auditorium
the area of a concert hall or theatre in which the audience sits
The hall is a huge auditorium.
in the sense of chamber
a meeting hall, usually one used for a legislative or judicial assembly
We are going to be in the council chamber when he speaks.
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Thesaurus for hall from the Collins English Thesaurus