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
About 45 minutes before kickoff, before the Jaguars play the Carolina Panthers, a group of fans has found shelter under the concourses of Everbank Field.
In the ninth inning, Pham got all of a Wade LeBlanc pitch and drove it down the left-field line, staying inside the foul pole and landing on the top of the concourse.
Families flooded the stadium concourse for hours Sunday, as youngsters ran from booth to booth to collect their supplies.
The service is the latest in a wide array of offerings for travelers as the airport spends hundreds of millions to expand its terminals and concourses.
Mohr took his ball and started off toward the concourse, assuming that Duke — who had 15 strikes in two stepladder matches — would finish off the match with at least a spare.
A walkable concourse around the arena’s base, which will connect the plaza level to the riverfront and The Banks.
The 'mobile museum', as its billed, will be stationed in two areas of the stadium - one in centerfield near Heritage Park, and another - with a lathe set up - on the lower-level concourse near section 134, just past first base.
The Natatorium announced a 12-year sponsorship agreement with OneAmerica for the west concourse area.
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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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