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English-German translation for: hall
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NOUN   a hall | halls
 
SYNO   antechamber | anteroom ... 
NOUN   der Hall | -
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SYNO   Hall | Nachhall
hall [corridor]
2128
Flur {m} [Korridor]
archi. hall [large public room or building]
724
Halle {f}
mus. reverb [coll. abbr. of reverberation]
348
Hall {m}
archi. hall [large room]
322
Saal {m}
hall
283
Diele {f}
hall
272
Hausflur {m}
mus. reverberation
48
Hall {m}
hall
26
Korridor {m}
archi. hall [vestibule]
24
Vorzimmer {n} [österr.]
hall [esp. Br.]
14
Studentenwohnheim {n}
echo
8
Hall {m} [Widerhall]
archi. hall [Br.] [esp. in names: Hall] [manor]Gutshaus {n} [Herrenhaus]
acad. archi. hall [dining hall, assembly room][Speise- und Versammlungsraum in College, Universität]
soundHall {m} [geh.] [Klang]
2 Words: Others
archi. hall-like {adj}saalartig
archi. hall-like {adj} [lofty and spacious]hallenartig
2 Words: Nouns
(entrance) hallEingangsbereich {m}
(entrance) hallEntree {n} [Eingang]
constr. air hallTraglufthalle {f}
ample hallgeräumige Halle {f}
amusement hallVergnügungshalle {f}
ethn. relig. ancestral hallAhnenhalle {f}
ancestral hallLandsitz {m} der Ahnen
arrival hallEmpfangshalle {f}
aviat. travel arrivals hallAnkunftshalle {f} [Flughafen]
archi. art art hallKunsthalle {f}
acad. archi. assembly hallAula {f}
assembly hallGemeinschaftshaus {n}
ind. assembly hallMontagehalle {f}
assembly hallSitzungssaal {m}
assembly hallVersammlungshalle {f}
archi. assembly hallVersammlungshaus {n}
assembly hallVersammlungsraum {m}
assembly hallVersammlungssaal {m}
comm. auction hallAuktionssaal {m}
archi. audience hallAudienzhalle {f}
dance ballet hallBallettsaal {m}
banquet hallBankettsaal {m}
banqueting hallFesthalle {f}
gastr. beer hallBrausaal {m} [Bierhalle]
archi. gastr. hist. beer hall [a large pub specializing in beer]Bierpalast {m}
gastr. beer hall [large pub]Bierhalle {f}
billiard hallBillardsaal {m}
bingo hallBingosaal {m}
ind. blasting hall [steelworks]Gebläsehalle {f}
booking hallEmpfangshalle {f}
break hallPausenhalle {f}
archi. mus. Carnegie HallCarnegie Hall {f} [berühmter New Yorker Konzertsaal]
archi. castle hall [hall of a fortified castle, typically of the medieval period]Burgsaal {m}
archi. castle hall [palace hall]Schlosssaal {m}
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