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yellow line

Line breaks: yel¦low line

Definition of yellow line in English:

noun

(In the UK) a line painted along the side of the road in yellow to denote parking restrictions.
Example sentences
  • He said he was unaware that the yellow lines on the road itself also prohibited him from parking in front of his drive.
  • The council decided this caused obstruction to traffic and painted yellow lines down both sides.
  • Upon further investigation I found that the local council had painted two yellow lines at the side of the road.

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