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Gangplank vs. Gangway

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Gangplanknoun

(nautical) A board used as a temporary footbridge between a ship and a dockside.

Gangwaynoun

A passageway through which to enter or leave, such as one between seating areas in an auditorium, or between two buildings.

Gangplanknoun

a temporary bridge for getting on and off a vessel at dockside

Gangwaynoun

An articulating bridge or ramp, such as from land to a dock or a ship.

Gangwaynoun

A temporary passageway, such as one made of planks.

Gangwaynoun

A clear path through a crowd or a passageway with people.

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Gangwaynoun

(British) An aisle.

Gangwaynoun

(nautical) A passage along either side of a ship's upper deck.

Gangwaynoun

(nautical) A passage through the side of a ship or an opening in the railing through which the ship may be boarded.

Gangwaynoun

(agricultural) An earthen and plank ramp leading from the stable yard into the upper storey or mow of a dairy barn.

Gangwaynoun

(Chicago) The narrow space between two buildings or houses, used to access the backyard/alleyway from the front.

Gangwaynoun

A passageway through a passenger car

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Gangwayverb

To serve as, furnish with, or conduct oneself as though proceeding on a gangway.

Gangwayinterjection

(to a crowd) Make way! Clear a path!

Gangwaynoun

A passage or way into or out of any inclosed place; esp., a temporary way of access formed of planks.

Gangwaynoun

In the English House of Commons, a narrow aisle across the house, below which sit those who do not vote steadly either with the government or with the opposition.

Gangwaynoun

The opening through the bulwarks of a vessel by which persons enter or leave it.

Gangwaynoun

That part of the spar deck of a vessel on each side of the booms, from the quarter-deck to the forecastle; - more properly termed the waist.

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Gangwaynoun

a temporary passageway of planks (as over mud on a building site)

Gangwaynoun

a temporary bridge for getting on and off a vessel at dockside

Gangwaynoun

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

Gangwaynoun

a raised platform or walkway providing a passage.

Gangwaynoun

a movable bridge linking a ship to the shore.

Gangwaynoun

an opening in the bulwarks by which a ship is entered or left.

Gangwaynoun

a passage between rows of seats, especially in a theatre or aircraft.

Gangwayinterjection

make way!

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