gyratory


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gy·ra·to·ry

 (jī′rə-tôr′ē)
adj.
Having a circular or spiral motion.
Translations

gyratory

[ˌdʒaɪˈreɪtərɪ] ADJgiratorio

gyratory

adj (= whirling)wirbelnd; (= revolving)kreisend
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However a senior figure on the council said "a massive gyratory" as originally planned was "no longer going to happen".
A roundabout where numerous cyclists have been involved in crashes and a multi-lane gyratory leading to the motorway have been named Berkshire's worst.
Councillor Jeff Clarke, cabinet member for transport at Shire Hall, said: "The ringroad is the main area to look at in Nuneaton, principal to that is round the gyratory on Back Street and towards the railway station, it can get really congested around there."
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Three towers containing student flats are to be built in the centre of one of London's busiest roundabouts - the Hanger Lane gyratory system inEaling.
Sunderland City Council is set to carry out work at the Barnes Gyratory roundabout which connects the city centre with the A19.
The Dandelion Fountain, on Roanne Ringway, is "the epitome of the perfect one-way gyratory", says the organisation behind the gongs, The UK Roundabout Appreciation Society.