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1. a hallway or passage connecting parts of a building
2. a strip of land or airspace along the route of a road or river
3. a strip of land or airspace that affords access, either from a landlocked country to the sea (such as the Polish corridor, 1919-39, which divided Germany) or from a state to an exclave (such as the Berlin corridor, 1945--90, which passed through the former East Germany)
4. a passageway connecting the compartments of a railway coach
5. corridors of power the higher echelons of government, the Civil Service, etc., considered as the location of power and influence
6. a flight path that affords safe access for intruding aircraft
A narrow passageway or gallery connecting several rooms or apartments within a residence, school, hospital, office building or other structure.
What does it mean when you dream about a corridor?
Symbol of transition; going from one situation to something different. Alternatively, a corridor can represent a route to one’s unconscious mind. In psychoanalysis, a womb symbol. (See also Hallway).
A land bridge that allows free migration of fauna in both directions.
1. A long interior passageway providing access to several rooms.
2. A public means of access from several rooms or spaces to an exit.
i. A ‘hole' with defined boundaries, through the terminal control area designated Class B Airspace, in which aircraft may operate without an ATC (air traffic control) clearance or communication with air traffic control.
ii. A safe path variably for either a low-level penetration that is relatively free of obstructions or a path in which enemy radar cover is least or is relatively safe from enemy defenses. Also, a path through which certain types of traffic are permitted.
iii. A restricted air route specified for use by friendly aircraft and established for the purpose of preventing friendly aircraft from being fired on by friendly forces.