Definition of concourse
1 : an act or process of coming together and merging
2 : a meeting produced by voluntary or spontaneous coming together
3a : an open space where roads or paths meetb : an open space or hall (as in a railroad terminal) where crowds gather
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
The Natatorium announced a 12-year sponsorship agreement with OneAmerica for the west concourse area.
When MLB’s Statcast or ESPN’s Home Run Tracker posts a distance, that length does not indicate the real-life landing point of the baseball — which might have struck a wall, a fan or a concourse.
Fans can view and take photos of the plaque on the concourse beginning at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 11 through the end of the game and from 8 p.m. through the end of the game on Aug. 12.
Fans were advised to take shelter in the concourse until the storm passed.
The Kids Clubhouse and accompanying activities for children fill the concourse in the right-field stands.
The new concourse will features more shops, walkable bouncy nets three stories high, and a kids' play area that simulates being in a cloud.
Every seat was taken and there were at least 300 people standing on the concourse.
But a 2001 environmental impact statement said constructing a separate concourse and Long Island Rail Road cavern below Grand Central had substantial advantages.
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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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