Definition of Two-lane

1. Adjective. Having a lane for traffic in each direction.

Similar to: Multilane



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Two-lane

two-fisted drinker
two-fold
two-footed
two-four
two-fours
two-grain spelt
two-hand
two-handed
two-handed backhand
two-handed saw
two-hander
two-headed
two-hitter
two-hundredth
two-lane (current term)
two-legged
two-liter
two-man tent
two-minute silence
two-minute silences
two-minute warning
two-norm
two-parted
two-party
two-percent milk
two-percenter

Literary usage of Two-lane

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1. Roadside Noise Abatement by OECD Staff (1995)
"In urban areas, a two lane tunnel (in hard rocks) costs about 10 million dollars per km, a four lane tunnel about 15 million and a six lane one about 30 ..."

2. Report of the Hundred and Twenty Second Round Table on Transport Economics by ECMT Staff, (Paris) European Conference of Ministers, Ecmt, SourceOECD (Online service), Centre Economic Research, Economic Research Centre, (Paris) Round Table on Transport Economi (2003)
"During EXPO 2000, satisfactory use was therefore made of two-lane exits at intersections not included in the plan that were equipped with dynamically ..."

3. Never Tell Them You're Dying by Barry Morgan, Kerry and Barry Morgan (2006)
"Just over the California border, we had to take a two lane road for a 100 ... The two lane road was not much wider than a standard lane on an interstate. ..."

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