Definition of corridor
- was excluded from the corridors of power after losing the election
- … the Northeast corridor stretching from Washington into New England …
- —S. D. Browne
- a corridor of liberalism
- the city's industrial corridor
They pushed me down the hospital corridor to the operating room.
A corridor of land lies between the two mountain ranges.
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: a long, narrow passage inside a building or train with doors that lead to rooms on each side
: a long narrow piece of land
: a narrow area of land that is known for something specified
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