from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A broad highway, often with six or more lanes, used for high-speed traffic.
- n. See expressway.
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- n. An expressway, especially one designed for high speeds.
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- n. an extensive electronic network (such as the internet) used for the rapid transfer of sound and video and graphics in digital form
- n. a broad highway designed for high-speed traffic
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The information superhighway is a busy thoroughfare and there's going to be some road kill along the way.
Sure, the information superhighway is supposed to meld all these technologies into a torrential digital stream.
GRACE: The so-called superhighway is just that, it's just a pit stop for predators to gather, to share their stories, share their illegal photos and pass on tips to each other, and they do, to how better meet, seduce, have sex with and sometimes kidnap our children.
In recent years, the battle to prevent the plankton-gobbling carp from entering the Great Lakes and disrupting their $7 billion fishing industry has focused on the Chicago area, where a shipping canal forms what some call a "superhighway" for invaders.
The superhighway was the result of geography as well as the need to sell the excess gasoline capacity of the refineries in the
It's all OK? until I hit the lights'The word "superhighway" combines two terms a London cyclist will rarely use about a route.
The Phoenicians, for example, were intrepid traders who used the sea as a "superhighway".
But that would happen only if a "superhighway" transmission system is created to carry wind power from sparsely populated areas to states and cities that need the energy.
An Energy Department study last year said wind energy could generate 20% of U.S. electricity by 2030, but only if a "superhighway" transmission system is created to carry wind power from sparsely populated areas to states and cities that need it.
There were fears that parts of Bill 1507, which dealt with Foreign Trade Zones, were tied to the superhighway which is to extend from Mexico to Canada.