Definition of Telford, Thomas in English:

Telford, Thomas

Line breaks: Thomas Tel|ford
Pronunciation: /ˈtɛlfəd
( 1757–1834), Scottish civil engineer. He built hundreds of miles of roads, more than a thousand bridges (including the Menai suspension bridge 1819–26), and a number of canals, including the Caledonian Canal across Scotland (opened 1822).

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