- a usually long, narrow passage inside a building with doors that lead to rooms on the sides
- The bathroom is down the hall.
- Her office is at the end of the hall.
- I'll meet you in the front hall.
- The front door opens onto a large hall.
- We rented a hall for the wedding reception.
- a concert/dining/dance hall
- a lecture hall [=auditorium]
- Carnegie Hall
- the Hampden County Hall of Justice
- a building where students live at a college or university
- (US) a residence hall = (Brit) a hall of residence
- The family owned Locksley Hall for generations.