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aisle

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Transport, Building
aisleaisle /aɪl/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 TTTBa long passage between rows of seats in a church, plane, theatre etc, or between rows of shelves in a shop Would you like a window seat or an aisle seat (=seat next to the aisle)?2 go/walk down the aisle be rolling in the aisles at roll1(20)
Examples from the Corpus
aisleAn aisle of steps ran through the room, front to back.We paraded down the aisle, tapping loudly with our canes and shouting and whistling to the crowd.Last year the musical had the audience dancing in the aisles so tickets are selling fast.Across the bleachers, the Oregon band puts down its instruments and starts dancing in the aisles.Primo waves his hand at his own reflection and that of the empty seat on the opposite side of the aisle.
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