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nature strip

noun [C] uk   us   Australian English
a strip of grass, and often trees and other plants, that separates a path used by people walking from the part of a road used by vehicles
Translations of “nature strip”
in Chinese (Traditional) (公路)綠化隔離帶…
in Chinese (Simplified) (公路)绿化隔离带…
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