su|per|high|way

su|per|high|way
su|per|high|way «SOO puhr HY WAY», noun.
a highway for fast driving. Superhighways are often very long and divided in the middle, with two or more lanes for traffic in each direction. »

Thruways and superhighways make industrial parks feasible on the edge of a city rather than in congested downtown areas (Wall Street Journal).


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