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Topic: TRANSPORT

Date: 1300-1400
Language: Old French
Origin: ele 'wing', from Latin ala; influenced by English isle and French aile 'wing'

aisle

noun
     
aisle [countable]
1TTTB a long passage between rows of seats in a church, plane, theatre etc, or between rows of shelves in a shop
2

go/walk down the aisle

informal to get married

➔ be rolling in the aisles

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