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clearway

(ˈklɪəˌweɪ)
n
1. (Law) Brit a stretch of road on which motorists may stop only in an emergency
2. (Aeronautics) an area at the end of a runway over which an aircraft taking off makes its initial climb: it is under the control of the airport

clearway

A defined rectangular area on the ground or water at the end of a runway in the direction of takeoff and under control of the competent authority, selected or prepared as a suitable area over which an aircraft may make a portion of its initial climb to a specified height.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.clearway - a road on which you are not allowed to stop (unless you have a breakdown)clearway - a road on which you are not allowed to stop (unless you have a breakdown)
road, route - an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
Translations
شارع ممنوع شارِعٌ مَمْنوع الوقوف فيه
silnice se zákazem zastavení
gyorsforgalmi út
vegarspotti sem bannaî er aî stöîva á
cesta so zákazom zastavenia
durulması yasak olan yol

clearway

[ˈklɪəweɪ] N (Brit) → carretera f en la que está prohibido parar

clearway

[ˈklɪərweɪ] n (British)route f à stationnement interdit

clear

(kliə) adjective
1. easy to see through; transparent. clear glass.
2. free from mist or cloud. Isn't the sky clear!
3. easy to see, hear or understand. a clear explanation; The details on that photograph are very clear.
4. free from difficulty or obstacles. a clear road ahead.
5. free from guilt etc. a clear conscience.
6. free from doubt etc. Are you quite clear about what I mean?
7. (often with of) without (risk of) being touched, caught etc. Is the ship clear of the rocks? clear of danger.
8. (often with of) free. clear of debt; clear of all infection.
verb
1. to make or become free from obstacles etc. He cleared the table; I cleared my throat; He cleared the path of debris.
2. (often with of) to prove the innocence of; to declare to be innocent. He was cleared of all charges.
3. (of the sky etc) to become bright, free from cloud etc.
4. to get over or past something without touching it. He cleared the jump easily.
ˈclearance noun
1. the act of clearing or removing. The clearance of these trees from the front of the window will give you more light.
2. the empty space between two objects. You can drive the lorry under the bridge – there's a clearance of half a metre.
3. (a certificate) giving permission for something to be done.
ˈclearing noun
a piece of land cleared of wood etc for cultivation. a clearing in the forest.
ˈclearly adverb
ˈclearness noun
ˌclear-ˈcut adjective
having a clear outline; plain and definite. clear-cut features.
ˈclearway noun
a stretch of road on which motorists are forbidden to stop.
clear off
to go away. He cleared off without saying a word.
clear out
1. to get rid of. He cleared the rubbish out of the attic.
2. to make tidy by emptying etc. He has cleared out the attic.
clear up
1. to make clean, tidy etc. Clear up this mess!
2. to become better etc. If the weather clears up, we'll go for a picnic.
in the clear
no longer under suspicion, in danger etc.
References in periodicals archive ?
"It will focus on keep clear zones outside schools, bus stops, 24-hr clearways, pedestrian crossings with zigzags and more."
A NEW removal and clamping scheme is operating in urban clearways and bus lanes.
There are also some locations in the city where the CEO's are regularly being subject to significant abuse and intimidation from the general public when enforcing on foot." The report suggests that the vehicle would get to work on the yellow zig-zag lines outside schools, on the red route, on urban clearways and taxi ranks, on bus stop clearways, and in places where there is a loading or unloading ban.
The seats can fold up flush creating wider clearways than along rows of normal seats.
Have our council traffic engineers not considered urban clearways like at least one other council in the region?
"Many routes surrounding the stages will be urban clearways and roads where parking is not permitted.
If approved by the Department for Transport, the roads will become Clearways, where it will be illegal to stop for any reason other than a breakdown.
They will issue penalty charge notices to motorists who park their vehicle in front of dropped kerbs, double-park, park on zig-zag 'Keep Clear' zones outside of schools and park on bus stop clearways.
They will issue penalty charge notices to motorists who park their vehicle in front of dropped kerbs, doublepark, park on zig-zag 'Keep Clear' zones outside schools and park on bus stop clearways.
"It was pretty scary coming into Clearways because there was still some water on the track and you're hard on the brakes there but luckily we stayed on the track."
Richard Thornton, business development manager with The Consultancy, said: "Clearways' new identity further enhances its local standing and will allow them to compete on a national level which is the next major goal for the Clearway team."
Into Clearways for the eighth time, Westbrook sawhis chance and dived through on the inside to take the lead, below.