thoroughfare
[ˈθʌrəfɛː]
NOUN
thoroughfares (plural noun)
  1. a road or path forming a route between two places.
    "a scheme to stop the park being used as a thoroughfare" ·
    "the middle bedroom is a thoroughfare to the bathroom"
    synonyms:
    through route · access route · way · passage · rat run
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How to use thoroughfare in a sentence?
pairs of men were patrolling on each side of the thoroughfare.
a scheme to stop the park being used as a thoroughfare.
the middle bedroom is a thoroughfare to the bathroom.
the locals perambulate up and down the thoroughfare.
the main thoroughfares are crowded with tourists.
the teeming thoroughfares of central London.
How to say thoroughfare in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans deurgang
Arabic (NOUN)الطريق
Bangla রাস্তা
Bosnian (Latin) arterija
Bulgarian артерия
Cantonese (Traditional) 通途
Catalan artèria
Chinese Simplified 通途
Chinese Traditional 通途
Croatian prolaz
Czech dopravní tepna
Danish (NOUN)færdselsåre, gennemkørselsvej
Dutch (NOUN)verkeersader, doorgang
Estonian peatänav
Finnish (NOUN)valtaväylä
French (NOUN)artère
German (NOUN)Durchgangsstraße
Greek οδική αρτηρία
Haitian Creole Passage
Hebrew רחובה
Hindi मार्ग
Hungarian (NOUN)átjárás
Icelandic rækilega í
Indonesian Jalan Raya
Italian (NOUN)arteria, via
Japanese (NOUN)表通り, 大通り, 通路
Korean
Latvian caurbrauktuve
Lithuanian arterija
Malay (Latin) laluan
Maltese mog dija
Norwegian Bokmål hovedvei
Persian ایران
Polish (NOUN)arterii
Portuguese (NOUN)rua
Querétaro Otomi vía
Romanian (NOUN)artera
Russian (NOUN)магистрали, проезд, улице
Serbian (Cyrillic) пута
Serbian (Latin) puta
Slovak Dopravná tepna
Slovenian (NOUN)arterija
Spanish (NOUN)vía pública, arteria, calle
Swedish (NOUN)genomfartsled, huvudgata
Tamil மார்க்கம்
Telugu పరిపూర్ణత
Thai สัญจร
Tongan hala
Turkish (NOUN)cadde
Ukrainian (NOUN)магістралі
Urdu راستہ
Welsh dramwyfa
Yucatec Maya yóol
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