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double yellow line

Line breaks: double yel¦low line

Definition of double yellow line in English:

noun

(In the UK) a pair of yellow lines painted at the side of a road to indicate that parking is not permitted at most times of day.
Example sentences
  • This week I arrived to find that not only had all the roads been painted with double yellow lines, but Haymarket car park was closed.
  • They double park on double yellow lines right near a junction.
  • People who park on the double yellow lines in Brownside Road have been warned.

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