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lane- A narrow, often bucolic, path that lacks a shoulder or median; it can also be a division of a larger road.
A lane is a narrow road which can be used by vehicles, especially in the country.
A lane is also a part of a main road which is marked by the edge of the road and painted line, or by two painted lines.
You do not use lane to refer to a strip of ground which people walk along and which vehicles cannot use. The word you use is path or footpath.
street road lane
A street is a road in a town or large village, usually with houses or other buildings built alongside it.
Road is a very general word for a paved way in a town or between towns. You can use road in almost any context where street is used. For example, you can say 'They walked down the street' or 'They walked down the road'. You can also use road for paved ways in the countryside.
A lane is a narrow road, usually in the countryside.
A lane is also one of the parts of a large road such as a motorway, which has more than one line of traffic going in each direction.
|Noun||1.||lane - a narrow way or road |
way - any artifact consisting of a road or path affording passage from one place to another; "he said he was looking for the way out"
|2.||lane - a well-defined track or path; for e.g. swimmers or lines of traffic|
free throw lane - a lane on a basketball court extending from the end line to 15 feet in front of the backboard; players may not enter this lane during a free throw
path - a way especially designed for a particular use
sea lane, seaway, ship route, trade route - a lane at sea that is a regularly used route for vessels
traffic lane - a lane of a main road that is defined by painted lines; "that car is in the wrong traffic lane"
a quiet country lane → un tranquilo camino or sendero rural
see also memory B
bus lane → carril de autobuses
to change lanes → cambiar de carril
cycle lane → carril m bici, carril m de bicicletas
the fast lane (Brit) → el carril de la derecha; (most countries) → el carril de la izquierda
the frenzied pace of life in the fast lane → el ritmo de vida frenético de los que viven a tope
"get in lane" → "incorpórese al carril"
the inside lane (Brit) → el carril de la izquierda; (most countries) → el carril de la derecha
"keep in lane" → "manténgase en su carril"
the outside lane (Brit) → el carril de la derecha; (most countries) → el carril de la izquierda
traffic was reduced to a single lane → se pasó a circular por un solo carril
a three-lane motorway → una autopista de tres carriles
I'm in the wrong lane → no estoy en el carril donde debería estar