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traffic circlenoun [C]

 us   /ˈtræf·ɪk ˌsɜr·kəl/ (also rotary)
a ​place where ​roadsmeet in a circle that ​drivers go around to ​findtheir next ​road
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traffic circlenoun [C]

uk   /ˈtræf.ɪk ˌsɜː.kəl/  us   /ˈtræf.ɪk ˌsɝː.kəl/ US (US also rotary, UK roundabout)
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Translations of “traffic circle”
in Arabic دَوّار…
in Korean 원형 교차로, 라운드 어바웃…
in Portuguese rotatória…
in Catalan rotonda…
in Japanese 環状交差点, ロータリー交差点…
in Chinese (Simplified) 环岛, 环形交叉路口…
in Turkish kavşak…
in Russian кольцевая транспортная развязка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 環島, 環形交叉路口…
in Italian rotatoria…
in Polish rondo…
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