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vehicular

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvehicularve‧hic‧u‧lar /viːˈhɪkjələ $ -ər/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 TTRrelating to vehicles 🔊 vehicular traffic 🔊 no vehicular access
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vehicularSome are on foot or skis, but increasingly in winter they will be vehicular.His idea is to put bollards down to stop vehicular access and place seats and planters for the use of the community.Parents must comply with the stringent rules for vehicular access, which are explained in a Headmaster's letter.Smith, who was driving, is currently on trial on a charge of vehicular assault.The vehicular cosmetic makeover costs $ 6.99 with a dollar off on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.The latter type provided a wide central opening for vehicular traffic and two smaller side ones for pedestrians.On the I-way, the nature of vehicular traffic is extremely important.Once a B.O.A.T., difficulties with vehicular use can be regulated by a traffic regulation order.
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