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roadworksnoun [plural]

uk   /ˈrəʊd.wɜːks/  us   /ˈroʊd.wɝːks/ UK (US roadwork)
building or repair work on a road: There are delays on the M4 because of roadworks.
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Translations of “roadworks”
in Arabic أعمال صِيانة الطرُق…
in Korean 도로 공사…
in Portuguese obras na pista…
in Catalan obres en carretera…
in Japanese 道路工事…
in Chinese (Simplified) 道路施工, 道路检修…
in Turkish yol çalışması/inşaatı…
in Russian дорожные работы…
in Chinese (Traditional) 道路施工, 道路檢修…
in Italian lavori stradali…
in Polish roboty drogowe…
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