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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrampramp1 /ræmp/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 TTDHa slope that has been built to connect two places that are at different levels Ramps are needed at exits and entrances for wheelchair users.2 American EnglishTTR a road for driving onto or off a large main road syn slip road British English Take the Lake Drive ramp at Charles Street.off-/on-ramp They missed the off-ramp to Manhattan.
Examples from the Corpus
rampThe back of the truck was flung open, a ramp was let down, and the loading began.To the right there was a ramp down to a double garage on basement level.I hit a patch of ice as I entered the ramp to the expressway.Ah, the stink of the ramp.The next day she was gone and the next night I was back on the ramp.Eventually it is intended to remove the ramp which presently gives access to the pattern room.She eased her speed to turn off to the ramp.Sure I bumped my stump, showing off how mobile I am and how cunningly I have converted all stairs to ramps.