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radar trap

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Definition of radar trap in English:

noun

An area of road in which radar is used by the police to detect vehicles exceeding a speed limit.
Example sentences
  • A recent radar trap in our area caught someone who was driving at 104 mph in a 60 mile limit.
  • An oncoming car flashing its headlights means one of two things only - either ‘After you’ at an intersection, or ‘Watch out, the coppers have a radar trap down the road!’
  • I came over the brow of a hill to find six motorbike police leaning on the garden wall and picking off their victims for passing through a radar trap.

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