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  • 141traffic light — ☆ traffic light or traffic signal n. a mechanical device consisting of a set of signal lights operating in sequence (usually green to yellow to red and back), placed at intersections to regulate traffic …

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  • 142traffic police — plural noun Police whose duty is to deal with motoring offences and ensure smooth traffic flow • • • Main Entry: ↑traffic …

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  • 143traffic ticket — traffic ticket, a summons issued to a motorist for a violation of a traffic law. * * * noun, pl ⋯ ets [count] : ↑ticket 3, 1 I got a traffic ticket for speeding …

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  • 144Traffic mile — Traf fic mile (Railroad Accounting) Any unit of the total obtained by adding the passenger miles and ton miles in a railroad s transportation for a given period; a term and practice of restricted or erroneous usage. Traffic mile is a term… …

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  • 145Traffic engineering — can mean: * traffic engineering (transportation), a branch of civil engineering * teletraffic engineering, a field of statistical techniques used in telecommunications …

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  • 146Traffic grooming — is the process of grouping many small telecommunications flows into larger units, which can be processed as single entities. For example, in a network using both time division multiplexing and wavelength division multiplexing, two flows which are …

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  • 147Traffic Violation Records — was a punk record label based on Long Island, New York. While an underground hardcore scene was already established on Long Island at its inception in 1995, Traffic Violation was ambitious about networking with an international DIY community a… …

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  • 148Traffic Totty — is a term familiar to listeners of BBC Radio 2 s breakfast show Wake Up to Wogan. It is used by the show s presenter Sir Terry Wogan to describe both Fran Godfrey and Lynn Bowles, both of who present traffic updates for the network …

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  • 149Traffic Jam — bezeichnet: eine englische Musikgruppe, die aus The Spectres entstand und später zu Status Quo wurde das Traffic Jam Open Air Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit d …

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  • 150traffic engineering — traffic engineer. a branch of civil engineering concerned with the design and construction of streets and roads that will best facilitate traffic movement. [1930 35] * * * …

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  • 151Traffic Lights Junction — (deutsch Ampel Kreuzung), oft nur Traffic Light, ist eine Straßenkreuzung in der Stadt Serekunda im westafrikanischen Staat Gambia. An diesem Verkehrsknotenpunkt treffen zwei wichtige Hauptstraßen zusammen, die stark befahrende Kairaba… …

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  • 152traffic court — n: a local court having limited jurisdiction over violation of statutes, ordinances, and regulations governing the use of roads and motor vehicles Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 153traffic calming — traffic .calming n [U] BrE changes made to a road to stop people driving too fast ▪ Traffic calming measures have been introduced …

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  • 154traffic circle — traffic .circle n AmE a circular place where two or more roads join, which all traffic must drive around British Equivalent: roundabout …

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  • 155traffic cop — n informal 1.) a police officer who stands in the road and directs traffic 2.) a police officer who stops people who are driving in an illegal way …

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  • 156traffic jam — traffic .jam n a long line of vehicles on a road that cannot move or can only move very slowly ▪ We were stuck in a traffic jam for two hours …

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  • 157traffic lights — traffic .lights n [plural] a set of red, yellow, and green lights that control traffic …

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  • 158traffic calming — traffic calm|ing [ træfık ,kamıŋ ] noun uncount BRITISH methods of slowing down traffic, for example by building raised areas across roads …

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  • 159traffic cone — traffic ,cone noun count an orange pointed object put on a road to keep traffic away, for example while the road is being repaired …

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  • 160traffic jam — traffic ,jam noun count a line of vehicles waiting behind something that is blocking the street: We were stuck in a traffic jam …

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