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  1. lane

    • IPA[lān]

    美式

    • n.
      a narrow road, especially in a rural area;(in place names) a street in an urban area
    • noun: lane, plural noun: lanes

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a narrow road, especially in a rural area:

      she drove along the winding lane

    • 2. (in place names) a street in an urban area:

      Park Lane

    • 3. a division of a road marked off with painted lines and intended to separate single lines of traffic according to speed or direction:

      the car accelerated and moved into the outside lane

    • 4. each of a number of parallel strips of track or water for runners, rowers, or swimmers in a race:

      she went into the final in lane three

    • 5. a path or course prescribed for or regularly followed by ships or aircraft:

      the shipping lanes of the South Atlantic

    • 6. (in basketball) a 12-foot-wide area extending from the free-throw line to below the basket.
    • 7. (in bowling) a long narrow strip of floor down which the ball is bowled:

      a maximum of six people can play on a lane at any one time

    • 8. each of a number of notional parallel strips in the gel of an electrophoresis plate, occupied by a single sample:

      DNA from various sources is placed in separate lanes on an electrophoretic gel

    • 9. a dark streak or band that shows up against a bright background, especially in a spiral galaxy or emission nebula:

      the innermost dust lane is dense enough to absorb some infrared

    • n. (on a highway) a lane for through traffic, having fewer exits.

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    • n. a lane of a motorway or dual carriageway for use by traffic that is overtaking or moving more quickly than the rest.

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    • n. a lane of a highway for use by traffic that is moving faster than the rest.

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    • n. a traffic lane reserved for buses or vehicles with several occupants, usually marked with large diamond shapes on the pavement:

    • there were some diamond lanes reserved for buses

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    • n. a traffic lane in which parking is not permitted in order to allow access for emergency vehicles:

    • business owners who find an unknown vehicle blocking their fire lane can call the police to have the vehicle towed

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    • n. a division of a road marked off with painted lines for use by buses.

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    • n. a division of a road marked off with painted lines for use by buses.

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    • n. a path or course regularly used by aircraft.

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    • IPA[leɪn]

    英式

    • n.
      a narrow road, especially in a rural area:
    • she drove along the winding lane

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