Definition of 'interstate'
Example sentences containing 'interstate'
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The Hotel Southern Savoy was one of several on the square across from Central Station, Sydney's terminal for country and interstate trains. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)Driving through the darkness, he remembered the priest's old Ford going into the industrial district near the interstate to pick him up. THE SERPENT'S MARK (2002)He probably came up through Searchlight and then over to the interstate. THE SERPENT'S MARK (2002)
Trends of 'interstate'
Used Occasionally. interstate is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'interstate'
British English: interstate ADJECTIVE
Interstate means between states.
British English: interstate NOUN
An interstate or interstate highway is a major road linking several regions.
We were driving along Interstate 280, toward my home.
- American English: interstate
- Brazilian Portuguese: rodovia estadual
- Chinese: 州际的
- European Spanish: carretera interestatal
- French: autoroutequi relie plusieurs États
- German: Autobahn
- Italian: superstrada che collega più stati
- Japanese: 州間高速道路
- Korean: 주간 고속도로
- European Portuguese: rodovia estadual
- Spanish: carretera interestatal
Definition of interstate from the Collins English Dictionary
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