- [C]门厅 the passage just inside the entrance of a house, from which the other rooms and usually the stairs are reached
- [C]礼堂,会堂 a large room in which meeting, dances, etc., can be held
- [C]食堂; 宿舍 the room where all the members eat together; a hall of residence
- [C](楼里的)走廊 corridor
- [C]办公大楼 the office buildings
an interior passage or corridor onto which rooms open;
"the elevators were at the end of the hall"
a large entrance or reception room or area
a large room for gatherings or entertainment;
a college or university building containing living quarters for students
the large room of a manor or castle
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a large and imposing house
a large building used by a college or university for teaching or research;
"halls of learning"
a large building for meetings or entertainment
- The lecture is to be delivered at the hall.
- There was a low murmur of conversation in the hall.
- A multitude of people gathered at the gate of the exhibition hall.
- There were plenty of people in front of the town's Hall.
- Morning assemblage is held in the school hall.
- The systematic arrangement of chairs makes the hall look spacious.
- All eyes were bent on me when I entered the hall.
- My coat is hanging in the hall.
- He saw her suitcase in the hall and jumped to the conclusion that she was leaving.
- They went into the hall together.
- Smoking in the lecture hall is not permitted.
- Slogans were hung in the hall.
- Two bandits were hammering on the door of the hall.
- We met each other coming out of the concert hall.
- The hall can contain two hundred people.
- The hall was decked up with banners and coloured ribbon.
- The hall was furnished pretty classy.
- The hall is hung with red flags.
- The hall will soon heat up once the crowd arrive.
- The picture was coordinated with the hall.
- The splendid hall dazzled the young man.
- A young woman standing at the door gave out leaflets to all those who entered the hall.
- Deck the halls with green branches.
- The crowd flowed out of the town hall and walked down the main street.
- I elbowed my way through the crowd to the front of the hall.
- Already they had hired a big hall.
- A meeting hall and museum have been erected here.
- We should hire a hall to hold such a meeting.
- Hall is at twelve.
- We shall have to have our meals in this room while the dining hall is being done out.
- I lived in hall during my first and second years.
- One of the rooms was got up to represent the hall of a mediaeval castle.
- A hall ran the length of the upper floor of the house.
- When there is a fire, people file out of the hall in an orderly way.
- The small house was fenced in by high hall.
- concert hall 音乐厅
- dance hall 舞厅
- dining hall 食堂,餐厅
- entrance hall 门厅
- exhibition hall 展览厅
- lecture hall 讲演厅
- meeting hall 会议厅
- music hall 音乐厅
- town hall 市政厅
He would certainly sell Vavasor Hall in spite of all family associations.出自： A. Trollope
- hall的基本意思是“门厅”,指西式房子的前门里面的一间厅,通常有衣架、镜子等,也常称为entrance hall或hallway,也可指“礼堂,会堂”“办公大楼”等。
- hall, aisle, corridor, passage
- 这组词的共同意思是“过道”。其区别在于:aisle指两排椅子中间的过道; hall指办公大楼中的通道; passage指狭长的、可通往各独立房间的通道; 而corridor指建筑物中一侧或两侧都有门通往各房间的走廊。
误 They go to the hall at twelve.
正 They go to hall at twelve.她在餐厅就餐。
误 She dines in the hall.
正 She dines in hall.她去餐厅找她的儿子。
误 She went to hall to look for her son.
正 She went to the hall to look for her son.
析 go to hall和dine in hall中的hall前无定冠词,指“去餐厅就餐”,如果去餐厅另有目的,则可以说go to the hall。
- ☆ 直接源自中古英语的halle；最初源自古英语的heal，意为大厅，礼堂，门厅。