hallnoun

  • jaロビー、(建物の)廊下
  • ena usually long and narrow passage inside a building, most of the time with doors that lead to rooms on the sides

Examples

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1.
I left a Belgian waffle out here.
2.
- Did you take it? - No!
3.
Why would you leave your Belgian waffle in the hall?
4.
I wasn't ready for it.
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1.
Can you tell me where Mr. Sikowitz's classroom is?
2.
Down the hall, swing a left at the water fountain, second door on your right.
3.
Thank you.
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1.
- Oh, how did that happen? - It's out in the hall.
2.
No, we don't know that.
3.
The smoke could be coming through an air duct.
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1.
I told you I don't want you doing these things in here.
2.
You can use your own office or do it in the hall.
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1.
Listen, I really don't want to be the bad guy.
2.
But, you know, it is quiet hours.
3.
And you really shouldn't be talking in the hall. Okay?
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1.
- Clear in back. - Copy.
2.
All clear on the main hall.
3.
- Clear. - Clear.