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T-junction

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Definition of T-junction in English:

noun

British
A junction in the shape of a ‘T’, in particular a road junction at which one road joins another at right angles without crossing it: turn right at the T-junction
More example sentences
  • The traffic flow through the area was restructured last year as part of a local area enhancement having previously operated as a T-junction with a slip road a few yards away.
  • The safety authority wanted all vehicles approaching a T-junction from a minor road to yield to right-turning traffic from a through road.
  • At the T-junction of roads, turn right and, almost immediately, where the road swings right, go on ahead along a narrow lane, which is at present lined with summer flowers.

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