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    carla guaraldi is offline Member
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    Default meaning

    go straight on at the roundabout.

    Please explain this directio to me.
    thank you so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by carla guaraldi
    go straight on at the roundabout.

    Please explain this directio to me.
    thank you so much

    A roundabout is a British term for a traffic circle.

    go straight on at the roundabout- I see it as an intersection with a roundabout in the middle. You have to get to the other side of the roundabout so you will be making a 180 degree turn at the traffic circle and then you will continue in the same direction once you get to the opposite side.

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