- A British term for the median which divides the north and southbound lanes (or east and westbound lanes) of a divided highway.
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central reservation — central reservations N COUNT The central reservation is the strip of ground, often covered with grass, that separates the two sides of a major road. [BRIT] (in AM, use median, median strip) … English dictionary
central reservation — ► NOUN Brit. ▪ the strip of land between the carriageways of a motorway or other major road … English terms dictionary
central reservation — noun A usu tarred or paved area in the centre of a motorway or major road acting as a division between traffic travelling in opposite directions • • • Main Entry: ↑centre … Useful english dictionary
Central reservation — This article is about divided roads. For other uses, see Central reservation (disambiguation). Typical motorway road layout (Irish and Israeli road markings) On divided roads, such as divided highways or freeways/motorways, the central… … Wikipedia
central reservation — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms central reservation : singular central reservation plural central reservations British a narrow raised piece of ground that separates the two sides of a motorway or other main road. The American word is median … English dictionary
central reservation — central reser vation n BrE a narrow piece of ground that divides the two parts of a ↑motorway or other main road … Dictionary of contemporary English
central reservation — central reser vation noun count BRITISH a MEDIAN on a highway … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
central reservation — noun the area which separates opposing lanes of traffic on a dual carriageway Syn: median … Wiktionary
central reservation — noun Brit. the strip of land between the carriageways of a motorway or other major road … English new terms dictionary
central reservation — noun (C) BrE a narrow piece of ground that separates the two parts of a motorway; median 1 (1) AmE … Longman dictionary of contemporary English