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Definition of made road in English:

noun

British
A road surfaced with a material such as asphalt.
Example sentences
  • I have a house, electricity, running water and sewerage, a made road and rubbish collection.
  • The road was formed as far as the Navigation Inn by 1829 and after that was a stile and gates and open track which was improved into a made road in 1853.
  • My 1899 map shows Pankhurst Avenue as being named Chalk Lane at the time, and Down Terrace is now in existence as a made road.

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