Hatchway



[hach-wey] /ˈhætʃˌweɪ/

noun
1.
Nautical. 2 (def 1a).
2.
the opening of any trap door, as in a floor, ceiling, or roof.
/ˈhætʃˌweɪ/
noun
1.
an opening in the deck of a vessel to provide access below
2.
a similar opening in a wall, floor, ceiling, or roof, usually fitted with a lid or door
n.

1620s, originally nautical, from hatch (n.) + way.

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