roadbed

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Etymology[edit]

road +‎ bed

Noun[edit]

roadbed (plural roadbeds)

  1. The prepared location for a road, including its foundation.
  2. A trackbed.
    • 1960 February, “Swansea & Mumbles closure”, in Trains Illustrated, page 95:
      The roadbed, much of it fringing Swansea Bay, has been given free to the local authorities.

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