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median strip

noun [C usually singular] uk   US and Australian English ( UK central reservation) us  
the narrow piece of land between the two halves of a large road
Translations of “median strip”
in Korean 중앙 분리대…
in Arabic الحَد الفاصِل عَلى الطَريق السريع…
in Portuguese canteiro central…
in Catalan mitjana…
in Japanese 中央分離帯…
in Italian spartitraffico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 中央隔離帶…
in Chinese (Simplified) 中央隔离带…
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