dirt road


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dirt road

n
(Human Geography) an unsealed country road
Translations

dirt road

nstrada non asfaltata
References in classic literature ?
Now, der's two roads to de river,--de dirt road and der pike,--which Mas'r mean to take?
Cause," said Sam, "I'd rather be 'clined to 'magine that Lizy 'd take de dirt road, bein' it's the least travelled.
Haley, accustomed to strike the balance of probabilities between lies of greater or lesser magnitude, thought that it lay in favor of the dirt road aforesaid.
It's a down-hill haul to the railroad on a dirt road.
James Kelman's Dirt Road is the story of a talented but self-conscious teenager who is just beginning to grapple with adult realities.
The Israeli occupation army's civil administration on Monday decided to annex an agricultural dirt road used by Palestinian villagers in Qaryut village, south of Nablus, for the use of Jewish settlers.
At 1500 Pacific time, the airplane experienced a total loss of engine power and its pilot executed a forced landing to a dirt road.
com)-- 8th House Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of "A Dirt Road Hangs From the Sky" by Claudia Serea, a two-time Puschart Prize and Best of the Net nominee.
In fact most people who lived on a dirt road, called it a "mud road.
MADINAH: The decomposing body of a young girl was discovered on a dirt road in the Al-Ougoul area, east of Madinah.
The detectives located the dirt road leading to the person's house and drove through intense heat, smoke, and flames.
If you've ever been in a car that's traveling down a dirt road, you know how bumpy the ride can be.