divided highway

NOUN
  1. a highway divided down the middle by a barrier that separates traffic going in different directions
    in Britain they call a divided highway a dual carriageway
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How To Use divided highway In A Sentence

  • a divided highway
  • Upgrading an urban divided highway and its interchanges built nearly 40 years ago when traffic speeds and volumes were much lower is a challenge.
  • The road was mostly two-lane blacktop, but there were sections of divided highway, too.
  • The road was mostly two-lane blacktop, but there were sections of divided highway, too.
  • If you use any multi-lane divided highway you have to buy the Highway Sticker and place it on the windshield.
  • Many stores on both sides of the older divided highway have long since closed.
  • in Britain they call a divided highway a dual carriageway
  • First of all, looking at the table here, the term that is used, "cordoned," or whatever you want to call it, essentially all these key interstates, if you're in the U.S., these key divided highways are apparently under the control of U.S. forces right now, access into and out of Baghdad controlled strictly. CNN Transcript Apr 6, 2003
  • The divided highway terminates pending completion of additional construction work, and I find myself ejected onto a two-lane blacktop through a small town.
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