Whitehall

[hwahyt-hawl, wahyt-]
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noun

Also called Whitehall Palace. a former palace in central London, England, originally built in the reign of Henry III: execution of Charles I, 1649.
the main thoroughfare in London, England, between Trafalgar Square and the Houses of Parliament.
the British government or its policies.
a city in central Ohio, near Columbus.
a city in W Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh.

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Whitehall

noun

a street in London stretching from Trafalgar Square to the Houses of Parliament: site of the main government offices
the British Government or its central administration
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