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road kill

noun [U]     informal
animals which are killed on roads by cars or other vehicles 在马路上被轧死的动物 On average, two crocodiles a year end up as road kill on Florida's Highway 1. 在佛罗里达1号公路上,每年平均有两条鳄鱼被车轧死。 Accidents involving vehiclesDeath and dying
Translations of “road kill”
in Chinese (Traditional) 在馬路上被軋死的動物…
(Definition of road kill from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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