[pas-ij-wey] /ˈpæs ɪdʒˌweɪ/

a for passing into, through, or out of something, as within a building or between buildings; a corridor, hall, alley, catwalk, or the like.
a corridor on a ship.
a way, esp one in or between buildings; passage

1640s, American English, from passage + way.


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