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address the place where one resides, designated by the number and name of street or road and the name of city, state, or province. [1/9 definitions]
back road a country road, sometimes unpaved, that is away from the main highways.
bend to change direction in a curving way, as a road. [1/10 definitions]
berm a narrow ledge or shoulder, as alongside a road or canal. [1/3 definitions]
bisect to cut across or intersect, as a road by a railroad. [2/3 definitions]
blacktop a road paved with this substance. [1/3 definitions]
Br.1 abbreviation of "Bridge," a structure that extends a road, path, or other route over an obstacle such as a river or railway, to allow for continuous travel (used as part of a proper name).
bridge1 a structure that extends a road, path, or other route over an obstacle such as a river or railway, to allow for continuous travel. [1/6 definitions]
bund an embankment, dike, or embanked road along a waterfront, esp. in Asia.
by-road a secondary road; side road.
byway a little-known or private road. [1/2 definitions]
causeway a raised road or walkway across water or wetlands.
chuckhole a hole or rut in a road surface; pothole.
cinder to scatter cinders on a road, walkway, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
commutation ticket a ticket for a specified number of trips to and from the same destinations that is issued, at a reduced rate, to commuters, esp. for railroad or toll road travel.
contour to design or shape (a road or the like) to conform to the contours of the land. [1/7 definitions]
convenience store a store, often near a busy road or highway, that is open long hours and that sells a limited selection of grocery items, especially snacks and beverages, as well as certain pharmaceutical and automotive items.
corduroy a road, bridge, or the like constructed by laying logs crosswise to its path. [3/6 definitions]
cross-country directed or moving over rough ground rather than on a smooth path, track, or road. [1/4 definitions]
curve a bend in a road. [1/7 definitions]
detour a departure from the direct course, esp. a temporary route established to avoid road blockage or repair. [1/4 definitions]