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Translation of "lane" - English-Spanish dictionary

lane

noun   /leɪn/
one of the parts of a big road that is shown by a painted line carril He was driving in the fast lane.
a narrow road, usually in the countryside camino We drove down a winding country lane.
one of the parts of a track for racing that is separated from the other parts and is usually intended for one person, horse, etc. carril
(Definition of lane from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lane

/lein/
a narrow road or street callejuela, callejón a winding lane.
used in the names of certain roads or streets calle His address is 12 Penny Lane.
a division of a road for one line of traffic carril The new motorway has three lanes in each direction.
a regular course across the sea taken by ships ruta a regular shipping lane.
(Definition of lane from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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