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rat run

noun [C]   UK
a small road which is used by a lot of drivers who are trying to avoid traffic on larger roads (司机为避开大路上的交通拥堵而走的)小路,小街 The road through our village has become a rat run for commuters trying to avoid delays on the A14. 驾车上下班的人们为了避开 A14 大道的交通阻塞,纷纷从穿过我们村的这条小路上绕行。 Rural and suburban roads
(Definition of rat run from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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