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tramlines

noun [plural] uk   us   /ˈtræm.laɪnz/

tramlines noun [plural] (TRACK)

two metal tracks set in the road, along which a tram goes

tramlines noun [plural] (SPORT)

UK two parallel painted lines along the edge of the playing area used in tennis and badminton : In doubles, the ball is not out if it lands between the tramlines.
Translations of “tramlines”
in Chinese (Traditional) 軌道, 有軌電車軌道…
in Chinese (Simplified) 轨道, 有轨电车轨道…
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