Definition of Whitehall in English:

Whitehall

proper noun

  • 1A street in Westminster, London, in which many government offices are located.

    1. 1.1Used as an allusive reference to the British civil service.
    2. 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’

Pronunciation:

Whitehall

/ˈwʌɪthɔːl/