Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Hallway"

The meaning of "Hallway" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm very nervous about sitting in a hallway with mental health plastered against the wall in a public area. mean?
A: plastered means covered

so the sentence means that the wall was covered with a mental health poster

in easy words : there was a mental health poster on the wall


hope this helped :)
Q: What does I counted to myself as I walked down the hallway to wake up my wife


count to myself-? mean?
A: You say "one, two, three, four..." in your head or quietly. You are talking to yourself.
Q: What does hallway mean?
A: In a building you could possibly see a hallway. It basically is a long narrow passageway to get to another place in the building.
Q: What does They are down the hallway to your left. mean?
A: 他們就在走廊盡頭的左側。
Q: What does I was being bumped up in the hallway. mean?
A: @Jun24: the bully bumped into me for no reason lucky for me the teacher saw it happen and suspended him

Example sentences using "Hallway"

Q: Please show me example sentences with hallway.
A: Lydia wandered aimlessly into the hallway .
Go down this hallway and at the end , turn right
And we were in the hallway in the upstairs of our house.
Q: Please show me example sentences with hallway and halfway.
A: I walked down the hallway to get to my class. The hallway was very long. After running for 13 miles, I knew I was halfway through the marathon.

Synonyms of "Hallway" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between hallway and hall and corridor and aisle ?
A: Hall, hallway and corridor all refer to the same thing. It is basically a long room leading from one part of a building to another part. It has a floor, ceiling and walls. A corridor is usually longer or located in a larger building than a hall or hallway, but often the words are interchangeable. Corridor is fairly commonly used in modern English.
In addition, hall can mean a large meeting room. It has nothing to do with a passageway.
"The reception will be held in the west hall" This not talking about a hallway, but rather a large room.
An aisle is an opening for walking between sections of seats, displays, etc. It is just a path and does not have walls or a roof. The path down the center of the airplane with seats on each side is an aisle. The path in a theater with seats on both sides is an aisle. The bride and groom walk down the aisle of a church during a wedding.
Q: What is the difference between hallway and corridor ?
A: Hallway is just more commonly used
Q: What is the difference between hallway and corridor ?
A: 意味は同じだけど、普通「hallway」を言います。
Q: What is the difference between hallway and corridor ?
A: Well I think that they both mean the same thing but "hallway" is used a lot more in English (US), whilst "corridor" is what is used in English (UK).
"I saw him in the hallway." -> "I saw him in the corridor."
Q: What is the difference between hallway and corridor ?
A: Those mean the same thing but brits usually say "hallway" and americans say "corridor" :)

Translations of "Hallway"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I cleaned up the hallway in my apartment arbitrarily. Afterward, my neighbor give me dinner as freebie. I'm glad of this because he figured out what the happened is by me.

Does this sounds natural?
A: I cleaned up the hallway in my apartment without being asked. Afterward, my neighbour give me dinner as a treat. I'm glad of this because he figured out it was me that cleaned up.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hallway
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hallway
A: hallway

Other questions about "Hallway"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce Walk quietly when you are in the hallway.
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Q: In the hallway fights in Inception movie, the camera angle was kept changing depending on the ground of angles
does this sound natural?
A: In the movie, Inception, the camera angle shifted depending on the slope of the ground
Q: ‎"I tried to jump across the hallway to the other hotel room and not step on the pee-looking liquid." does this sound natural?
A: Sure, but hop is usually used to refer to a bunch of little jumps done together (For example, "The bunny hopped across the field.") In your sentence, jump works better
Q: What does "They heard knocking down the hallway" (7th paragraph) mean?

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Dozens of demonstrators gathered outside Dallas police headquarters Monday evening to demand justice for Botham Jean, the 26-year-old who was shot inside his own apartment last Thursday by off-duty police officer Amber Guyger. Guyger has been charged with manslaughter, but demonstrators say that's not enough.
Her case now heads to a grand jury where her charges could be bumped up to murder, reports CBS News' Omar Villafranca.

According to an arrest warrant, Guyger told investigators that she went to what she thought was her third floor apartment.

Instead, she went to Jean's fourth floor apartment directly above hers. Guyger says her door was "ajar" and saw a "large silhouette" inside.

After giving"verbal commands that were ignored," she fired her handgun twice, striking Jean once in the torso. It wasn't until Guyger "turned on the…lights" and "called 911" that she realized she was "at the wrong apartment."

"We will make certain that justice is done in this case," said Dallas County District Attorney Faith Johnson.

Attorneys for Jean's family say two witnesses told them details that contradict Guyger's account.

"They heard knocking down the hallway followed by a woman's voice that they believe to be officer Guyger saying, 'Let me in. Let me in,'" attorney Lee Merritt said.

The family's attorneys say one of the witnesses then heard gunshots followed by a man's voice.

"What we believe to be the last words of Botham Jean which was 'Oh my god, why did you do that?'" Merritt said.

Allison Jean wants to know what happened to her son.

"I'm not satisfied that we have all the answers," Allison said."There is really no reason why a mother should have to wait until the conclusion of an investigation to know what happened to her child," said Daryl Washington, another one of the family's attorneys.

The Texas Rangers, who are leading an independent investigation, have been tightlipped about the case. Jean's family's attorneys say he was unarmed. They are expecting a large crowd for his funeral that's scheduled for Thursday at a church in Richardson, Texas.
A: They heard someone knocking on the door to an apartment that was further down the hallway than they were
Q: Which sounds natural?

Be quiet at hallways.
or
Be quiet in hallways.
A: Be quiet in hallways.

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