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Translation of "rat run" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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
(司機爲避開大路上的交通擁堵而走的)小路,小街
The road through our village has become a rat run for commuters trying to avoid delays on the A14.
駕車上下班的人們為了避開 A14 大道的交通阻塞,紛紛從穿過我們村的這條小路上繞行。
Rural and suburban roads
Translations of “rat run”
in Chinese (Simplified) (司机为避开大路上的交通拥堵而走的)小路,小街…
(Definition of rat run from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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