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Date: 1800-1900
Origin: concourse 'coming together of people, crowd' (14-21 centuries), from French concours, from Latin concursus, from concurrere; CONCUR

concourse

noun
     
Related topics: Buildings, Transport
con‧course [countable]
1TBBTT a large hall or open place in a building such as an airport or train station
2 formal a large crowd that has gathered together
concourse of
an immense concourse of spectators

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