Definition of Whitehall in English:

Whitehall

Line breaks: White|hall
Pronunciation: /ˈwʌɪthɔːl
 
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  • 1A street in Westminster, London, in which many government offices are located.
  • 1.1Used as an allusive reference to the British civil service.
  • 1.2Used as an allusive reference to the British government, its offices, or its policy: critics claim that councils are being railroaded by Whitehall into approving the schemes

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