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A passage, in architecture, is a narrow room, most often called a hall, that serves to provide access to other rooms.

A passage, in physical geography, is another term for a strait, which is a narrow channel of water that connects two larger bodies of water. The terms strait, channel, and passage are synonymous and are usually interchangeable.

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