tramlines


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tramlines

[ˈtræmlaɪnz] NPL (Brit)
1. (for tram) → rieles mpl de tranvía
2. (Tennis) → líneas f laterales

tramlines

[ˈtræmˌlaɪnz] npl (Brit)
a.rotaie fpl del tram
b. (Tennis) → corridoio
References in classic literature ?
The storm had struck the overhead wire of the tramline, and one of the great supports had fallen.
CROSS TRAMLINES AND LEVEL CROSSINGS SAFELY If you need to cross tramlines, do so slowly and as close to a 90 degree angle as possible to avoid your tyres slipping into the gap and becoming trapped.
Video posted online showed city centre shoppers looking on as a male was taken into custody near tramlines at the junction of New Street and Corporation Street.
Tramlines, various venues, Sheffield (July 22-24) There's no need for tents at this inner city festival, which has headliners Catfish and The Bottlemen, joining Dizzee Rascal, Field Music, The Young Fathers and local talent The Crooks and Blessa.
The navy has brown mottled sides with blue tramlines along their length.
Contract notice: Technical interventions to improve traffic safety, elimination of tramlines, road reconstruction, implementation of road developments from eu funds.
DEAR Editor, Prior to the commencement of work on the city centre tramlines, how many readers can recall the beautiful, majestic American plane trees that lined both sides of Corporation Street?
PRIOR to the commencement of work on the city centre tramlines, how many Sunday Mercury readers can recall the beautiful, majestic American plane trees that once lined both sides of Corporation Street?
It proved to be such a hit that they even produced a brown away version that football fans up and down the country still love to hate to this very day, while the Wales national side wore it in red with a yellow stripe in the tramlines down the front.
His 13–month–old Samsung has tramlines down one side, yet the firm won't fix it.
White City A SPRAWLING holiday town, along the sweeping Coastline, The old village, cobbled streets, twisting down to the Sea-front, Penny arcades, fish and chips, bingo, the laughing Policeman, candy-floss, Tramlines embedded in the streets, the slatted wooden Promenade, A beige-coloured ice-cream van, donkeys on the sand, Families strolling, A gray sea, sand blowing in the breeze, white flashes in A darkening sky, Gulls angry, swooping, searching, as a tram trundles past, Antennae crackling, The empty town, recall of a long time ago, amusements, Noise, laughter, A thin shower, as the girl waits.
The tramlines ran from this point all the way to Norton Green or you could change in Middlesbrough and travel to The Crescent in Linthorpe.