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avenue

noun [C] (ROAD)
 
 
/ˈæv.ə.njuː/ US  /-nuː/
a wide road, with trees or tall buildings on both sides, or a wide countryside path or road with trees on both sides
(兩邊有樹或高樓的)大街;(鄉間寬闊的)林蔭大道
Fremont Avenue
弗里蒙特大街
Urban and residential streets
UK a road of this type which leads to a large house
(通往大住宅的)林蔭大道
Urban and residential streets
(Definition of avenue noun (ROAD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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