- IPA[ˈˌəndərˈˌɡround ˈrālˌrōd]
- a secret network for helping slaves escape from the South to the North and to Canada in the years before the Civil War.
- ph.(in the US) a secret network for helping slaves escape from the South to the North and Canada in the years before the American Civil War.
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(1)The Underground Railroad was neither underground nor a railroad. (4) Instead...途中受到人們用隱密的法子之幫助，也把第一句的”Underground Railroad”意思交待清楚了
...an escaped slave, led more than three hundred slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad. 2) Harriet Tubman, who was an escaped slave, led...
...補充： Yes, you say k like the "k" in K字.The "underground railroad" was before the civil war. Underground railroad was in the...