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gallery noun

1 for art

ADJ. art, exhibition, picture, portrait | commercial, private, public | national He offered ten major paintings to start a national gallery of modern British art.

VERB + GALLERY go to, visit

GALLERY + VERB exhibit sth, show sth Some of his work has been exhibited by local art galleries. | specialize in sth a gallery specializing in ceramics | close, open

GALLERY + NOUN space The extension will provide 600 square metres of new gallery space.

PREP. at a/the ~ The painting is now on display at the National Gallery in London. | in a/the ~ There were very few people in the gallery.

2 in a hall

ADJ. long, wide | first-floor, upper | public The packed public gallery at Teesside Crown Court erupted in a roar of approval.

PREP. in a/the ~ I found myself in a wide gallery looking down on the floor below.