Examples of concourse in a Sentence
the concourse of the bus terminal
airline passengers had to pass through the security checkpoints before being allowed in the concourse
Recent Examples of concourse from the Web
Rimmer went down an escalator, CBS reported, and almost got on the train to go to the different concourses before officers detained him.
Both visitor and home concourses are underneath the second deck of seating.
They were also found in the visitor and home concourses of the stadium.
Her friend Eric Makus was introduced as a child to the underground concourse, which — until the current redevelopment of the Rainier Square skyscraper — provided an unbroken passage from the theater to the Washington State Convention Center.
The Couture is to include 312 high-end apartments, 52,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space, and a transit concourse featuring the new downtown streetcar.
The Atlanta airport is served by two substations that sit six miles apart, with cables that run underneath the airport to each concourse.
Fans with mobile devices will be required to stow them in locked pouches at venue entrances — and they can be unlocked only with a visit to the concourse.
The plane was towed back to the concourse with passengers aboard, the airport said.
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CONCOURSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of concourse for English Language Learners
: a large open space or hall in a public building
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