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double yellow line

noun [C usually plural] uk   us  
in Britain, two lines of yellow paint that are put along the side of a road to show that vehicles may never be parked there: It's an offence to park on double yellow lines.
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Translations of “double yellow line”
in Chinese (Traditional) (英國路邊表示禁止停車的)雙黃線…
in Chinese (Simplified) (英国路边表示禁止停车的)双黄线…
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