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Definition of 'level crossing'

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Rusting old loco motives; a water tower, chipped by bomb-splinters; a level crossing; pithead gear; a station sign. Hilton, John Buxton DISPLACED PERSON`The striped pole of a level crossing descended before them. Townsend, Eileen IN LOVE AND WAR

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Translations for 'level crossing'

British English: level crossing /ˈlɛvl ˈkrɒsɪŋ/ NOUN
A level crossing is a place where a railway line crosses a road.
  • American English: railroad crossing
  • Arabic: تَقَاطُعٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: passagem de nível
  • Chinese: 铁路平交路口
  • Croatian: mjesto na kojem pruga prelazi cestu
  • Czech: železniční přejezd úrovňový
  • Danish: jernbaneoverskæring
  • Dutch: gelijkvloerse kruising
  • European Spanish: paso a nivel
  • Finnish: tasoristeys
  • French: passage à niveau
  • German: Bahnübergang
  • Greek: ισόπεδη διάβαση
  • Italian: passaggio a livello
  • Japanese: 踏切
  • Korean: 건널목
  • Norwegian: planovergang
  • Polish: przejazd kolejowy
  • European Portuguese: passagem de nível
  • Romanian: trecere de nivel
  • Russian: железнодорожный переезд
  • Spanish: paso a nivel
  • Swedish: plankorsning
  • Thai: จุดที่ทางรถไฟและถนนตัดผ่านกัน
  • Turkish: hemzemin geçit
  • Ukrainian: залізничний переїзд
  • Vietnamese: chỗ chắn tàu

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