listen to the pronunciation of freeway
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} otoban

Dün otobanda korkunç bir kaza vardı. - There was a terrible accident on the freeway yesterday.

Ben gerçekten şimdiye kadar bunun hakkında hiç düşünmedim ama otobandaki şerit belirteçleri şaşırtıcı biçimde uzun. - I never really thought about this until now, but the lane markers on the freeway are surprisingly long.

{i} ekspres yol
geniş çevre yolu
{i} çevre yolu

Amerika'da nereye giderseniz gidin, yollar ve otoyollar vardır. - There are roads and freeways wherever you go in America.

Avustralya otoyollarında onların bisiklet yolları var mı? - Do they have bike lanes on the freeways in Australia?

freeway space
(Diş Hekimliği) Mandibulanın 'rest' ( dinlenme ) pozisyonunda alt ve üst dişler arasındaki hafif aralık
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A toll-free highway
A road designed for safe high-speed operation of motor vehicles through the elimination of at-grade intersections, usually divided and having at least two lanes in each direction; a dual carriageway with no at-grade crossings
a broad highway designed for high-speed traffic
A divided arterial highway designed for the unimpeded movement of large volumes of traffic Characteristics of a freeway include full control of access and grade separation at intersections
A highway with full access control
A multilane divided highway without traffic signals and with limited opportunities for access and egress
A divided arterial highway designed for the safe nonimpeded movement of large volumes of traffic, with full control of access and grade separations at intersections
A divided arterial highway with full control of access and with grade separations at intersections
{i} toll-free express highway
A freeway is a major road that has been specially built for fast travel over long distances. Freeways have several lanes and special places where traffic gets on and leaves. The speed limit on the freeway is 55mph. Boston's freeway system. a very wide road in the US, built for fast travel motorway, expressway expressway, highway highway
Generally a freeway is a grade separated divided highway designed for high speeds Contrary to popular belief, a freeway is not a highway "free" from tolls The "free" in freeway instead refers to a legislative definition passed by the California Legislature in 1939 which provided for a highway that would be free of encroaching properties and which provided for control of access At the time this was very controversial since property owners next to the road could have no rights of direct access
A multilane divided freeway having a minimum of two lanes for exclusive use of traffic in each direction These facilities usually carry a large volume of traffic and are fully access controlled Access and egress to/from the freeway is provided by grade separated interchanges
a freeway is an access-controlled, divided highway Most freeways are four lanes, or two lanes each direction, but many freeways widen to incorporate more lanes as they enter urban areas Access is controlled through the use of interchanges, and the type of interchange depends upon the kind of intersecting roadway (surface street, rural road, another freeway, urban arterial, etc )
a divided primary highway for through traffic with two lanes or more in each direction of travel with access via interchanges only
- A multi-lane divided highway having a minimum of two lanes for exclusive use of traffic in each direction and full control of access and egress
In our context (interchange diagrams), a freeway is a road with full access control in the interchange area: the reason an interchange is used instead of an at-grade, signalized intersection Access is provided only by ramps and merges, with no stopping or turning across opposing traffic Compare surface street
A divided highway facility having two or more lanes for the exclusive use of traffic in each direction and full control of access The freeway is the only type of highway intended to provide complete "uninterrupted" flow
plural of freeway