T-junction

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T-junction

n
(Civil Engineering) a road junction in which one road joins another at right angles but does not cross it
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Noun1.T-junction - a junction where two roads or pipes etc. meet to form a T
junction - the place where two or more things come together
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Translations

T-junction

[ˈtiːˌdʒʌŋkʃən] N (Aut) → cruce m en T
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T-junction

n (Brit) → T-Kreuzung f; “T-junction ahead”Achtung Vorfahrtsstraße
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T-junction

[ˈtiːˌdʒʌŋkʃn] n (Brit) → incrocio a T
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Note that this involves using different obligation signs in the 3-way junction condition than in the 4-way junction condition in order to make up for the decreased specificity of prohibition signs in the latter condition.
The fastest RT was found for the obligation sign with the 3-way junction, 581.81 ms.
The main effect of sign for the 3-way junction was significant, (F(1,13)=5.55; p < .035; [[eta].sup.2]=30).