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artery a major road or route. [1/2 definitions]
back road a road that avoids traffic and high speed travel. It is often a small, country road that goes through areas with few houses and buildings.
bypass a road that is built to go around a busy area or to avoid something in the way. [1/2 definitions]
causeway a raised road or path across water or land that is wet.
convenience store a store, often near a busy road or highway, that is like a small grocery store and is open long hours.
crosswalk a lane or path in a road that is marked off for people to cross on foot.
curve a bend in a road or path. [1/5 definitions]
detour a temporary route made to avoid a road repair or other problem, or some other way that is longer than the direct route. [1/3 definitions]
dip a downward slope in a road. [1/8 definitions]
drive a road designed for cars and other vehicles to travel on. [1/11 definitions]
driveway a private road that leads from a street to a building such as a house or garage.
embankment a mound of earth or stone made to support a road or protect an area from water.
grade the slope of a road or railroad. [1/7 definitions]
gutter a ditch along the edge of a road or a long, open container attached to the edge of a roof for carrying off water.
highway a major public road on which one can drive at high speeds, especially between cities.
hook a sharp bend or curve in something, such as a river, a road, or a piece of land next to water. [1/10 definitions]
lane a narrow country road or city street. [1/4 definitions]
motorway a British word for a major public road on which one can drive at high speeds. Motorway often has the same meaning as highway or expressway.
overpass a bridge or road that crosses over another road or railroad.
parkway a divided road or highway with trees, grass, or bushes along the sides or on the center strip. [1/2 definitions]
pass a road or other means of passage through which one can travel. [1/14 definitions]