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  1. cor·ri·dor
    IPA[ˈkôrədər]
  2. noun

    • 1. a long passage in a building from which doors lead into rooms:

      his room lay at the very end of the corridor
    • 2. a passage along the side of a railroad car, from which doors lead into compartments:

      even on long journeys early trains had no corridors
    • 3. a belt of land linking two other areas or following a road or river:

      the valley provides the principal wildlife corridor between the uplands and the central urban area the Boston-to-Washington corridor
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: corridor, plural noun: corridors

    • noun

      a long passage in a building from which doors lead into rooms:

      a passage along the side of some railway carriages, from which doors lead into compartments:

    • noun

      a route to which aircraft are restricted, especially over a foreign country:
    • noun

      a strip of natural habitat connecting populations of wildlife otherwise separated by cultivated land, roads, etc.:
    • a former region of Poland that extended north to the Baltic coast and separated East Prussia from the rest of Germany, granted to Poland after World War I to ensure Polish access to the coast. Its annexation by Germany in 1939, with the German occupation of the rest of Poland, precipitated World War II. After the war, the area was restored to Poland.
    • noun

      a route to which aircraft are restricted, especially over a foreign country:
    • noun

      a strip of natural habitat connecting populations of wildlife otherwise separated by cultivated land, roads, etc.:
    • a former region of Poland which extended northwards to the Baltic coast and separated East Prussia from the rest of Germany, granted to Poland after the First World War to ensure Polish access to the coast. Its annexation by Germany in 1939, with the German occupation of the rest of Poland, precipitated the Second World War. After the war the area was restored to Poland.
    • the senior levels of government or administration, where covert influence is regarded as being exerted and significant decisions are made
    • the senior levels of government or administration
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