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underpass
American English: /ˈəndərˌpæs/
British English: /ˈʌndəpɑːs/

Translation of underpass in Spanish:

noun

  • (for traffic)
    paso (masculine) inferior
    pedestrian underpass
    pasaje (masculine) subterráneo
    Example sentences
    • A subway is a pedestrian underpass, generally under a road.
    • The park would then take a route through an underpass beneath the trunk road and continue on the side of Ramsey village.
    • On the other side is a new link road taking motorists to a new underpass under the dual carriageway.

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