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Translation of "road" - English-Spanish dictionary

road

noun /rəud/
a strip of ground usually with a hard level surface for people, vehicles etc to travel on
camino; carreera
This road takes you past the school (also adjective) road safety.
(often abbreviated to Rdwhen written) used in the names of roads or streets
calle
His address is 24 School Road.
a route; the correct road(s) to follow in order to arrive somewhere
camino
We’d better look at the map because I’m not sure of the road.
a way that leads to something
camino
the road to peace He’s on the road to ruin.
roadblock noun a barrier put across a road (eg by the police) in order to stop or slow down traffic
control policial
The police have set up a roadblock.
road map noun a map showing the roads of (part of) a country
mapa de carreteras
a road map of Great Britain.
road rage noun a situation in which the driver of one car behaves violently towards another driver
Violencia Vehicular
(also adjective) a road rage incident.
roadside noun the ground beside a road
borde de la carretera
flowers growing by the roadside (also adjective) a roadside café.
roadway noun the part of a road on which cars etc travel
calzada
Don’t walk on the roadway.
roadworks noun plural the building or repairing of a road
obras de carretera
The traffic was held up by the roadworks.
roadworthy adjective good enough or safe to be used on the road
en buen estado para circular
Is this car roadworthy?
roadworthiness noun
buenas condiciones de circulación
Every car has to be annually checked for tts roadworthiness.
by road in a lorry, car etc
por la carretera
We’ll send the furniture by road rather than by rail We came by road.
(Definition of road from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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