the corridors/halls of power

Definition of the corridors/halls of power

  1. :  places where people talk about issues and make important decisions especially about political matters the corridors of power in Washington, D.C.

Word by Word Definitions

corridorplay corridors
  1. :  a passageway (as in a hotel or office building) into which compartments or rooms open

    :  a place or position in which especially political power is wielded through discussion and deal-making

    :  a usually narrow passageway or route: such as

hallplay halls
  1. :  the castle or house of a medieval king or noble

    :  the chief living room in such a structure

    :  the manor house of a landed proprietor

  1. :  ability to act or produce an effect

    :  ability to get extra-base hits

    :  capacity for being acted upon or undergoing an effect

  1. :  to supply with power and especially motive power

    :  to give impetus to

    :  to move about by means of motive power

  1. :  operated mechanically or electrically rather than manually

    :  of, relating to, or utilizing strength

    :  powerful

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