Meaning of Gallery
- a raised area, often having a stepped or sloping floor, in a theater, church, or other public building to accommodate spectators, exhibits, etc.
- theuppermost of such areas in a theater, usually containing the cheapest seats.
- occupants of such an area in a theater.
- theg general public, especially when regarded as having popular or uncultivated tastes.
- any group of spectators or observers, as at a golf match, a Congressional session, etc.
- ar room series of rooms, or building devoted to the exhibition and often the sale of works of art.
- a covered area, narrow and open at one or both sides, used especially as a walk or corridor.
- Chiefly South Atlantic States. a long porch or portico; veranda.
- a long, relatively narrow room, especially one for public use.
- acorridor, especially one having architectural importance through its scale or decorative treatment.
- araised, balconylike platform or passageway running along the exterior wall of a building inside or outside.
- alarge room or building used for photography, target practice, or other special purposes:a shooting gallery.
- a collection of art for exhibition.
- Theater. a narrow, raised platform located beyond the acting area, used by stagehands or technicians to stand on when working.
- Nautical. a projecting balcony or structure on the quarter or stern of a vessel.
- Furniture. an ornamental railing or cresting surrounding the top of a table, stand, desk, etc.
- Mining. a level or drift.
- a small tunnel in a dam, mine, or rock, for various purposes, as inspection or drainage.
- a passageway made by an animal.
- Fortification Obsolete. an underground or covered passage to another part of a fortified position.