American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A passage underneath something, especially a section of road that passes under another road or a railroad.
- n. An intersection formed in this way.
- n. an underground tunnel or passage enabling pedestrians to cross a road or railway
“In New York, where I live now, such places are everywhere — a train underpass, a rooftop, a quiet street.”
“The 66th street underpass is half closed due to 35W work.”
“One of their biggest issues is the foot bridge at the I-275 river underpass aka Troll Bridge.”
“A windy, desolate expanse that cuts the city off from its waterfront, Mr. Smallenberg calls the underpass "one of the most inhospitable pieces of road in Canada.”
“The underpass is a link between Kattoor and Brooke Bond Road.”
“In order to visit his hospitalised wife Harry must cut through a public underpass, which is a gathering spot at all hours by local thugs and gang members …”
“New Transport Minister Terry Mulder joined the chorus condemning the underpass, which is a gateway to Southbank for visitors to the city.”
“I would like to be known as a underpass dwelling technician, but I think people will still call me a troll.”
“Norwalk has created "park-like" underpass "memorials," that greet motorists when they get off the highway.”
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