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Another word for highway

  1. A course affording passage from one place to another

      1. A route or course that is or may be used to go from one place to another
      2. Distance [a long way off]
      3. Space to proceed:
      1. A gate or bar set across a road to stop carriages, animals, and sometimes people, until a toll is paid; a tollgate.
      2. (US) A toll road, especially a toll expressway.
      3. A toll road, esp. one that is an expressway
      1. Expressway
      2. (US, nonstandard) Alternative form of throughway.
      1. A public street open at both ends; esp., such a street through which there is much traffic; highway; main road
      2. A place of passage from one location to another.
      3. A way through or passage through
      1. Expressway
      2. (US) An expressway, especially one designed for high speeds.
      1. A public road in a town or city; esp. a paved thoroughfare with sidewalks and buildings along one or both sides
      2. Such a public way considered apart from the sidewalks:
      3. A public way or road along with the houses or buildings abutting it:
      1. A means of reaching a goal:
      2. A road, course, or way for travel from one place to another:
      3. A road, way, or course for traveling; esp., a highway
      1. A road, especially the part over which vehicles travel.
      2. The main or central portion of a road, used by the vehicles.
      3. A way used as a road.
      1. A course or path:
      2. An open, generally public way for the passage of vehicles, people, and animals.
      3. A way; path; course
      1. (Computers) A sequence of commands or a link between points that is needed to reach a particular goal.
      2. The route or course along which something travels or moves:
      3. A track or way worn by footsteps; trail
      1. A multiple-lane divided highway with fully controlled access, as by cloverleafs
      2. A highway without toll charges
      1. A major divided highway designed for high-speed travel, having few or no intersections.
      2. A divided highway for through traffic, with full or partial control of access and generally with overpasses or underpasses at intersections
      3. (Canada, parts of the US, Malaysian, Singapore) A road built to freeway standards.
      1. The means or apparatus for transmitting motion or power to a machine or from one machine part to another.
      2. A strong organized effort to accomplish a purpose:
      3. The power or energy to get things done; enthusiastic or aggressive vigor
      1. The landscaping on the sides of a boulevard or other thoroughfare.
      2. A broad city street, often tree-lined and landscaped.
      3. A broad, well-made street, often one lined with trees, grass plots, etc.
      1. (--- Chiefly British) The drive leading from the main road up to a country house.
      2. A street, esp. a wide, principal one; often, one running at right angles to others called “streets”
      3. A way of approach to something
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Another word for highway

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