Concourse



[kon-kawrs, -kohrs, kong-] /ˈkɒn kɔrs, -koʊrs, ˈkɒŋ-/

noun
1.
an assemblage; gathering:
a concourse of people.
2.
a driveway or promenade, especially in a park.
3.
a boulevard or other broad thoroughfare.
4.
a large open space for accommodating crowds, as in a railroad station.
5.
an area or grounds for racing, athletic sports, etc.
6.
an act or instance of running or coming together; confluence:
a concourse of events.
/ˈkɒnkɔːs; ˈkɒŋ-/
noun
1.
a crowd; throng
2.
a coming together; confluence: a concourse of events
3.
a large open space for the gathering of people in a public place
4.
(mainly US) a ground for sports, racing, athletics, etc
n.

late 14c., from Middle French concours, from Latin concursus “a running together,” from past participle of concurrere (see concur). Originally “the flowing of a crowd of people;” sense of “open space in a built-up place” is American English, 1862.

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