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dirt road

noun [C] uk   us   US (UK dirt track)
a road in the countryside that is made from soil and not paved: We drove up a narrow dirt road to their house.
Translations of “dirt road”
in Chinese (Traditional) 土路…
in Chinese (Simplified) 土路…
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