[ US /ɪksˈpɹɛsˌweɪ/ ]
[ UK /ɛkspɹˈɛswe‍ɪ/ ]
  1. a broad highway designed for high-speed traffic
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How To Use expressway In A Sentence

  • Jacobs tells the rapt crowd that the ‘miserable’ expansion plan will be as important a fight for Toronto as the expressway battle once was.
  • I drove along a highway followed by an expressway and then took the exit for Kumi.
  • Trucks and cars were leapfrogging along the expressway.
  • The car collision succeeded on the expressway due to a dense fog.
  • Nowadays, colorful signs direct tourists from south Florida airports straight out to adjacent expressways and away from high-crime areas.
  • The projects include an elevated expressway, several flyovers, underpasses and causeways.
  • The construction of groynes along the Ennore Expressway and the subsequent formation of beaches on the southern side have served as protection against tsunami, according to an ocean scientist in Chennai.
  • This is nothing, compared to running on an expressway at night with traffic barrelling past your shoulder.
  • So many parts look ruined: empty sites, abandoned churches, shuttered pubs, an expressway driven heartlessly through the middle of the city – which never looks like a city – to separate the civic buildings from the railway station. Fire returns to the Potteries' heart
  • Instead of plying the expressways, they now circle the inspection centres for confused accident victims to go to them.
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