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broad-gauge

(brôd′gāj′)
adj.
1. Having a broad gauge. Used of a railroad track.
2. Informal Having a wide scope: broad-gauge criticism.
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Both leaders discussed not only the energy sector but also industrial cooperation and transport, primarily the project of a broad-gauge railway from Kosice to Vienna.In fact, a cooperation agreement was signed between the Slovenske Elektrarne energy generator and Russia's TVEL state company.
He said that new track of broad-gauge would be laid from Karachi to Peshawar, while the removed track would be used at different places in the country.
Around 200 meter-gauge and 50 broad-gauge coaches will arrive from Indonesia by the end of this year, the minister noted.
It is for the first time in five years that a complete locomotive comprised of 53 goods wagons had reached Nepal from India through the Janakpur-Jaynagar broad-gauge railway.
We also decided to replace the broad-gauge track with the standard gauge.
A separate standard gauge line will be laid for CPEC related projects , rather than using the broad-gauge line, he further told.