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hard shoulder

noun [C usually singular]
 
UK ( US shoulder, Irish hard margin)
a hard area at the side of a main road, especially a motorway, where a driver can stop if there is a serious problem
(尤指高速公路旁的)表面堅硬的路肩,緊急停車處
Motorways
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