Aisle vs. Corridor

Aisle vs. Corridor — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Aisle and Corridor

Aislenoun

A part of a church divided laterally from the nave, transept, or choir by a row of columns.

Corridornoun

A narrow hallway, passageway, or gallery, often with rooms or apartments opening onto it.

Aislenoun

A passageway between rows of seats, as in an auditorium or an airplane.

Corridornoun

A tract of land designated or used for a specific purpose, as for railroad lines, highways, or pipelines.

Aislenoun

A passageway for inside traffic, as in a department store, warehouse, or supermarket.

Corridornoun

A route designated for a specific purpose

a hazardous material corridor.a sea corridor for shipping.a flight corridor.

Aislenoun

A wing of a building, notably in a church separated from the nave proper by piers.

Corridornoun

A route or tract of land used by migrating animals.

Aislenoun

A clear path through rows of seating.

Corridornoun

A thickly populated strip of land connecting two or more urban areas

people who live in the Boston-Washington corridor.

Aislenoun

A clear corridor in a supermarket with shelves on both sides containing goods for sale.

Corridornoun

A narrow hall or passage with rooms leading off it, as in a building or in a railway carriage.

Aislenoun

Any path through an otherwise obstructed space.

Corridornoun

A restricted tract of land that allows passage between two places.

Aislenoun

(transport) Seat in public transport, like plane, train or bus, that's side the aisle.

Do you want to seat window or aisle?

Corridornoun

The covered way lying round the whole compass of the fortifications of a place.

Aislenoun

a long narrow passage (as in a cave or woods)

Corridornoun

Airspace restricted for the passage of aircraft.

Aislenoun

passageway between seating areas as in an auditorium or passenger vehicle or between areas of shelves of goods as in stores

Corridornoun

an enclosed passageway; rooms usually open onto it

Aislenoun

part of a church divided laterally from the nave proper by rows of pillars or columns