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tramlines

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Roads, Tennis
tramlinestram‧lines /ˈtræmlaɪnz/ noun [plural] British English  1 TTRthe metal tracks in the road, used by trams2 informalDST the two parallel lines at the edge of a tennis court
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tramlinesBy leaving the tramlines, which were still greenish, he had a sample at 16% moisture.The Manchester Metro Link uses existing rail track for part of its journey, switching to tramlines on city centre streets.
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