three-point turn(redirected from Turning in the road)
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(Automotive Engineering) a turn reversing the direction of motion of a motor vehicle using forward and reverse gears alternately, and completed after only three movements
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|Noun||1.||three-point turn - the act of turning a vehicle around in a limited space by moving in a series of back and forward arcs|
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three-point turn[ˌθriːpɔɪntˈtɜːn] n (Aut) → inversione a U (eseguita in tre manovre)
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