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box junction

noun [C] uk   us   UK (US box)
a place where two roads cross with a square of yellow lines painted in the centre, which you can drive over only when the road in front is clear
Translations of “box junction”
in Chinese (Traditional) (前方通暢時方可駛入的)路口方形黃綫區…
in Chinese (Simplified) (前方通畅时方可驶入的)路口方形黄线区域…
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