Definition of 'crossroads'
Example sentences containing 'crossroads'
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As they wound their way away from Steeple Fritton and towards the Lesser Fritton crossroads, there had been few mishaps. TICKLED PINK (2001)The second truck drew alongside the first and they both moved over the crossroads. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2001)
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Translations for 'crossroads'
British English: crossroads /ˈkrɒsˌrəʊdz/ NOUN
A crossroads is a place where two roads meet and cross.
Turn right at the first crossroads.
- American English: crossroads
- Arabic: تَقَاطُع
- Brazilian Portuguese: cruzamento de ruas
- Chinese: 十字路口
- Croatian: raskrižje
- Czech: křižovatka
- Danish: vejkryds
- Dutch: kruising
- European Spanish: cruce
- Finnish: risteys
- French: carrefour
- German: Straßenkreuzung
- Greek: σταυροδρόμι
- Italian: incrocio bivio
- Japanese: 交差路
- Korean: 사거리
- Norwegian: veikryss
- Polish: skrzyżowanie dróg
- European Portuguese: cruzamento de ruas
- Romanian: intersecție
- Russian: перекресток
- Spanish: encrucijada
- Swedish: vägkorsning
- Thai: ทางแยก
- Turkish: dört yol ağzı
- Ukrainian: перехрестя
- Vietnamese: ngã tư
Definition of crossroads from the Collins English Dictionary
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