Definition of Dual-lane

1. Adjective. Having a median strip or island between lanes of traffic moving in opposite directions. "A divided highway"

Exact synonyms: Divided
Similar to: Multilane



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dual-lane

dth
dtpa
du'a'
du Maurier
du jour
duad
duadic
duads
dual
dual-SIM
dual-band
dual-boot
dual-citizenship
dual-clutch gearbox
dual-cure resin
dual-lane (current term)
dual-purpose
dual SIM
dual audio
dual boot
dual carriageway
dual citizenship
dual citizenships
dual inline package switch
dual leucine zipper bearing kinase
dual mandate
dual meet
dual mode
dual modes
dual personality

Literary usage of Dual-lane

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1. Adventure Guide Germany by Henk Bekker (2005)
"dual-lane roads that are not official Autobahnen use yellow road signs and have a speed restriction of 120 km/h (72 mph) if not otherwise restricted. ..."

2. Puerto Rico by Don Philpott (2003)
"There is not much to see except speeding traffic, but if you want to get about quickly, take this dual lane highway and detour off to take in selected ..."

3. Transportation Statistics Annual Report 1998 edited by Wendell Fletcher (1999)
"The locks are all dual-lane facilities with chambers that are 110 feet wide and 1000 feet long. This limits the maximum ship size to: beam, 106 feet; ..."

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