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freeway

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈfriː.weɪ/
a wide road for fast-moving traffic, especially in the US, with a limited number of places at which drivers can enter and leave it: the Santa Monica freeway
Translations of “freeway”
in Korean 고속도로…
in Arabic الطَّريق الحُرّة…
in Portuguese rodovia, autoestrada…
in Catalan autopista…
in Japanese 高速道路, 幹線道路…
in Italian autostrada…
in Chinese (Traditional) 高速公路…
in Russian автострада…
in Turkish ücretsiz otoyol, otoban, çevreyolu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 高速公路…
in Polish autostrada…
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