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"Rd." in American English

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Rd.noun [U]

abbreviation forroad: The ​center is ​located at 1065 Edwards Rd.
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"Rd" in British English

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Rd

written abbreviation for road : Shaftesbury Rd
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"Rd" in Business English

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Rd

(also Rd.) uk   us  
written abbreviation for Road: 18 Mere Rd
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