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speed bump

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Roads
speed bumpˈspeed bump (also speed hump British English) noun [countable]  TTRa narrow raised area put across a road to force traffic to go slowly syn sleeping policeman
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speed bumpIn the big picture, the Rams were nothing more than a speed bump on the road toward the Super Bowl.Internet advertising, until recently flourishing, is hitting its first speed bump.It stopped an admiring eye like a visual speed bump.
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