English version

on-ramp

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Roads
on-rampˈon-ramp noun [countable] American English πŸ”Š πŸ”Š TTRa road for driving onto a freeway syn slip road British English
Examples from the Corpus
on-rampβ€’ I made it to an on-ramp, the freeway familiar, a kind of homey feeling to the green, white-lettered signs.β€’ These channels act as on-ramps to the Internet or other on-line information services.β€’ Far from complete, the I-way is quickly acquiring new on-ramps and even small highway systems.β€’ Local or access roads, or on-ramps, simplify linkages between businesses, schools, and homes to the communications backbone.β€’ Consumer Access Devices Which consumer devices provide the on-ramps to the transport architectures?β€’ I steered the car up the on-ramp back on to the freeway.
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