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cross-town Line breaks: cross-town

Definition of cross-town in English:

adjective& adverb

Extending or travelling from one side of a town to the other: [as adjective]: the cross-town traffic
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  • The trust also says that the time has come for a decision to be made on a southern relief road, which could relieve the town centre of much cross-town traffic.
  • The sun was out and I was driving into it in cross-town traffic.
  • Most evening services could disappear and cross-town links to the hospital could be lost.

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