road

[n] - an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation 2. [n] - a way or means to achieve something
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Specially constructed route for wheeled vehicles to travel on. Reinforced tracks became necessary with the invention of wheeled vehicles in about 3000 BC and most ancient civilizations had some form...
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Road

Slang: Localised area, alternative to 'from the streets' -Usage: 'Kano is big on road' - Other terms Endz, yard
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Road

Road noun [ Anglo-Saxon rād a riding, that on which one rides or travels, a road, from rīdan to ride. See Ride , and confer Raid .] 1. A journey, or stage of a journey. [ Obsolete] « With easy roads he came to Leicester.» Shak.
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road

1. A journey, or stage of a journey. 'With easy roads he came to Leicester.' (Shak) ... 2. An inroad; an invasion; a raid. ... 3. A place where one may ride; an open way or public passage for vehicles, persons, and animals; a track for travel, forming a means of communication between one city, town, or place, and another. 'The most villainous house
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road

route noun an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation
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road

noun a way or means to achieve something; `the road to fame`
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road

a human-made feature of the land that facilitates the movement of people and goods from one place to another
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Road

• (n.) An inroad; an invasion; a raid. • (n.) A journey, or stage of a journey. • (n.) A place where one may ride; an open way or public passage for vehicles, persons, and animals; a track for travel, forming a means of communication between one city, town, or place, and another. • (n.) A place where ships may ride at anchor at
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road

the traveled way on which people, animals, or wheeled vehicles move. In modern usage the term road describes a rural, lesser traveled way, while the ...
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[hieroglyph] The Ancient Egyptian Road-with-shrubs hieroglyph is Gardiner sign listed no. N31 for a road, `street`, or pathway. It originally was a curving hieroglyph, but became a standardized straight form as well. ...
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[album] Road is the debut self-titled studio album by American hard rock group Road. Released in 1972, it was the only album to be released by the band, who split up the same year. The song `My Friends` was originally recorded by bassist Noel Redding`s previous band, Fat Mattress, but went unreleased at the time, making the Road version the
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[band] Road was an American hard rock band that formed in Los Angeles, California in 1970. Comprising bassist/vocalist Noel Redding (previously of The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Fat Mattress), guitarist/vocalist Rod Richards (formerly of Rare Earth) and drummer/vocalist Leslie Sampson, the band released one album, Road, in 1972. The band i
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Road

[sports] Road game or away game is a sports game where the specified team is not the host and must travel to another venue. Most professional teams represent cities or towns and amateur sports teams often represent academic institutions. Each team has a location where it practices during the season and where it hosts games. When a team is n
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road, strip of land used for transportation. The history of roads has been related to the centralizing of populations in powerful cities, which the roads have served for military purposes and for trade, the collection of supplies, and tribute. In the Middle East, in N Mesopotamia, scientists have fo...
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road

Specially constructed route for wheeled vehicles to travel on. Reinforced tracks became necessary with the invention of wheeled vehicles in about 3000 BC and most ancient civilizations had some form of road network. Early history The first major road was the Persian Royal Road from the Gulf to the Aegean Sea, more than 2,800 km/4,480 mi long, u...
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[disambiguation] A road is an identifiable route or path. Road or Roads may also refer to: ==Transport== ==Books== ==Film and TV== ==Music== ===Albums=== ===Songs=== ...
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[play] Road is the first play written by Jim Cartwright, and was first produced in 1986. The play explores the lives of the people in a deprived, working class area of Lancashire during the government of Margaret Thatcher, a time of high unemployment in the north of England. Despite its explicit nature, it was considered extremely effective
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[film] Road is a 2002 Bollywood Road movie, produced by Ram Gopal Varma and directed by Rajat Mukherjee, starring Vivek Oberoi, Manoj Bajpai and Antara Mali. ==Synopsis== On their way from Delhi to Jodhpur, India, in an SUV, on a deserted highway, an eloped couple Arvind (Vivek Oberoi) and Lakshmi (Antara Mali), encounter a mad wayfarer (Vi
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Road

A road is a thoroughfare, route, or way on land between two places, which has been paved or otherwise improved to allow travel by some conveyance, including a horse, cart, or motor vehicle. Roads consist of one, or sometimes two, roadways (British English: carriageways) each with one or more lanes and also any associated sidewalks (British English
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Road

A very hard and flat pitch, good for batting on.
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