Definition of corridor. Meaning of corridor. Synonyms of corridor

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Definition of corridor

Corridor
Corridor Cor"ri*dor (k?r"r?-d?r or -d?r), n. [F., fr. Itt. corridpore, or Sp. corredor; prop., a runner, hence, a running or long line, a gallery, fr. L. currere to run. See Course.] 1. (Arch.) A gallery or passageway leading to several apartments of a house. 2. (Fort.) The covered way lying round the whole compass of the fortifications of a place. [R.]

Meaning of corridor from wikipedia

- corridor may refer to: architecture : hall , a p****ageway whose purpose is to provide access between rooms inside a building. entertainment
- a habitat corridor, wildlife corridor or green corridor is an area of habitat connecting wildlife po****tions separated by human
- the polish corridor. (polnischer korridor; pomorze, korytarz polski. also known as danzig corridor, corridor to the sea or gdańsk corridor,
- corridor v between batesville and fulton was also designated as national highway system high priority corridor 42 and a ****ure interstate
- the corridor is a via rail p****enger train service area in the canadian provinces of quebec and ontario . corridor is used by via to
- the quebec city–windsor corridor is the most densely po****ted and heavily industrialized region of canada . as its name suggests, the
- a transportation corridor is a generally linear tract of land that contains lines of transportation like highway s, railroad s, or canal s
- a corridor connection (or gangway connection) is a flexible connector ****ed to the end of a railway coach to enable p****age from one coach
- an airway is a legally defined corridor that connects one specified location to another at a specified altitude, along which an aircraft
- in architecture, the head 'double-loaded' describe corridors that connects to rooms on both sides. conversely, a single-loaded corridor