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All roads leading into the village are flooded.
He was driving on the wrong side of the road.
A cat suddenly ran into the middle of the road.
The children have to cross a busy road to get to school.
I’ve lived on this road for twenty years.
There’s a supermarket just up the road.
They live on Lockwood Road.
Turn left into the London road (=the road that goes to London).
Two years down the road, you might feel very differently.
It’s a decision that may well have an impact further down the road.
The road to success is not always an easy one.
After weeks of illness he is finally on the road to recovery.
It’s a crucial step on the road to democracy.
When they run out of road, they just change the rules.
Has the Anglo-American model of raw, free-market capitalism run out of road?
This is the British English definition of road. View American English definition of road.