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
Translations

T-junction

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

T-junction

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

T-junction

[ˈtiːˌdʒʌŋkʃn] n (Brit) → incrocio a T
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Poet, children's writer and publisher Andy Croft, who is the curator of T-Junction, said: "It is going to be an intense four-day celebration of Teesside's international character.
It is understood a car collided with another vehicle at a T-junction and they were pushed into the path of another car.
We stay on this road past the football field and across the crossroads until we arrive at a T-junction. As we pass along we have a striking view of Emley Moor and its mast.
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At the gate turn right (away from the sea) at the next T-junction. Turn right onto a track, carry on and at the next T-junction turn left.
Michael, who took the pounds 2,900 job in September, works at a T-junction in Marown, Isle of Man.
The Abergele Road T-junction at junction 23 of the A55, near the Shell garage, will also be replaced with a temporary mini-roundabout.
After a short distance you come to a T-junction and here turn right for Temple Balsall (a good mile).
At a T-junction by the inn turn right along Main Street.
5 Follow bend to right on to T-junction. Turn right to Boathouse Bridge.
In a mile or so we meet the A643 at a T-junction (2), where our route is to the left.