T-junction

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Etymology[edit]

From T (capital letter) +‎ junction.

Noun[edit]

T-junction (plural T-junctions)

  1. An intersection of routes where one road terminates as it joins a (usually higher priority) road at approximately 90°. In most countries, a give way or stop road sign will be seen at a T-junction.
    Synonym: T-intersection
  2. A similarly shaped section in a pipe, etc.

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