English version

off-road in Roads topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoff-roadˌoff-ˈroad adjective [usually before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 TTRdesigned to be used on rough ground as well as on roads πŸ”Š an off-road vehicle2 going over rough ground πŸ”Š off-road cycling πŸ”Š off-road tracks β€”off-road adverb
Examples from the Corpus
off-roadβ€’ Sure, a third of the new cycle network is off-road but crucially, two thirds aren't.β€’ More and more people from urban areas are using off-road cycles out of towns so a tolerance towards them is also necessary.β€’ Wish I had my off-road jeep four by four.β€’ Being a super-duper well-'ard off-road jobbie, your machine can take a fair amount of punishment before falling to bits.β€’ We trained hard as well but the snow stopped us from doing too much off-road riding.β€’ For off-road use, it comes with skid plates underneath.β€’ Good for hikers, but bad for off-road vehicle enthusiasts.β€’ Low range felt more like a gesture to off-road work than a useful step-down in speed.off-road vehicleβ€’ Good for hikers, but bad for off-road vehicle enthusiasts.