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an aisle: a passage or space between seating areas, a corridor
Kevin prefers to sit next to the aisle when he flies, not the window.
UK: I prefer to sit next to the aisle on the plane.
US: The aisles are very narrow.
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- "Young man : Aftershave, aisle 19."
- "How's your aisle seat?"
- "That's the last aisle to your left, sir."
- "Young man : Cough medicine's in aisle 3, right next to the condoms."
- "Felt faint with hunger until the elderly French woman in the aisle seat next to me offered me a bite of her sardine sandwich."
- "I prefer the aisle."
- "Young man : Alcohol is in aisle 24."
- "Young man : Meat is in aisle 12."
- "Maybe I should take the aisle seat."
- "Young man : Barbecue sauce is in aisle 20, with all the other condiments."
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