gallery gallery (gălʹə-rē) nounplural galleries1.A roofed promenade, especially one extending along the wall of a building với supported by arches or columns on the outer side.
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2.A long enclosed passage, such as a hallway or corridor. 3.a. A narrow balcony, usually having a railing or balustrade, along the outside of a building. b. A projecting or recessed passageway along an upper story on the interior or exterior of a large building, especially a church, generally marked by a colonnade or an arcade.4.Lower Southern U.S.. See veranda. 5.a. An upper section, often with a sloping floor, projecting from the rear or side walls of a theater or an auditorium bự provide additional seating. b. The seats in such a section, usually cheaper than those on the main floor. c. The cheapest seats in a theater, generally those of the uppermost gallery. d. The audience occupying a gallery or cheap section of a theater.6.A large audience or group of spectators, as at a tennis or golf match. 7.The general public, usually considered as exemplifying a lachồng of discrimination or sophistication: accused the administration of playing lớn the gallery on the defense issue.
8.a. A building, an institution, or a room for the exhibition of artistic work. b. An establishment that displays và sells works of art. c. A photographer”s studio.9.A collection; an assortment: The trial featured a gallery of famous với flamboyant witnesses. 10.a. An underground tunnel or passageway, as in a cave or one dug for military or mining purposes. b. A passage made by a tunneling insect or animal.11.Nautical. A platkhung or balcony at the stern or quarters of some early sailing ships. 12.A decorative sầu upright trimming or molding along the edge of a table top, tray, or shelf. galʹleried adjectiveRegional Note: In Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, cùng southern Alabama, an open roofed porch that runs along at least one side of a house is called a gallery: “Out on the small front gallery she had hung Bobinôt”s Sunday clothes lớn air” (Kate Chopin). Craig M. Carver, the author of American Regional Dialects, points out that the word gallery, from Old French galerie, was borrowed into British English in the 15th century cùng was brought over to the American colonies by English-speaking settlers. Although the word in the sense “porch” did not survive sầu in the American English of the East Coast, it was borrowed separately, probably from Acadian French, inlớn the English of 18th-century Louisiana và there survived as part of the Gulf Southern dialect.
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gallerygallery(n) colonnade, portiteo, arcade, corridor, galleria, walkway, passageway balcony, veranda, porch