Corridor

имя существительное коридор, проход Синоним(ы): passage

Большой англо-русский словарь

Corridor

коридор, проход - air corridor - central corridor - yarding corridor

Англо-русский политехнический словарь

Corridor

noun Etymology: Middle French, from Italian dialect (N Italy) corridore, from correre to run, from Latin currere — more at car 1. a. a passageway (as in a hotel or office building) into which compartments or rooms open b. a place or position in which especially political power is wielded through discussion and deal-making
Example: was excluded from the corridors of power after losing the election 2. a usually narrow passageway or route: as a. a narrow strip of land through foreign-held territory b. a restricted lane for air traffic c. a land path used by migrating animals 3. a. a densely populated strip of land including two or more major cities
Example: the Northeast corridor stretching from Washington into New England — S. D. Browne b. an area or stretch of land identified by a specific common characteristic or purpose
Example: a corridor of liberalism
Example: the city's industrial corridor

Энциклопедический словарь Мерриама-Вебстера