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traffic circle

noun /ˈtræf·ɪk ˌsɜː·kl/ US ( UK roundabout)
a circular place where roads meet and where cars drive around until they arrive at the road that they want to turn into
環状交差点, ロータリー交差点
Translations of “traffic circle”
in Korean 원형 교차로, 라운드 어바웃…
in Arabic دَوّار…
in Portuguese rotatória…
in Catalan rotonda…
in Italian rotatoria…
in Chinese (Traditional) 環島, 環形交叉路口…
in Russian кольцевая транспортная развязка…
in Turkish kavşak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 环岛, 环形交叉路口…
in Polish rondo…
(Definition of traffic circle from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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