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traffic conenoun [C]

uk   us  
a cone-shaped ​object that is usually ​red and ​white or ​yellow, used to ​keepvehicles away from an ​area of ​roadtemporarily, usually because ​repairs are being done to it: One ​lane of the ​road was ​closed off by ​trafficcones.
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