main road

  1. a major road for any form of motor transport
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How To Use main road In A Sentence

  • Protesters have hit out at a company's plans to expand its already huge food distribution depot beside the main road.
  • The main roads remind me of the roads on the outskirts of huge cities in the USA, with their seemingly endless miles of fast food joints and lurid neon signs.
  • Sites promoted as tourist attractions are usually signposted from main roads; look out for brown-coloured ‘tourist signs’.
  • We left the main road and joined a muddy track that led up towards the villages. The Crossing-Place
  • I saw what was happening and sprinted to the main road and then down the hill after her.
  • Five main roads fan out from the village.
  • About halfway between the temple and the main road, a path diverged to the left.
  • The lane joins the main road.
  • Continue to the main road, turn left and then right at a junction with the B6365.
  • Water from a beck which feeds into the River Wharfe at Ryther, near Tadcaster, backed up and blocked the main road through the village.
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