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    T junction

    I know the meaning of T junction. Is it used in American English too? Or do American people use another word?

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    Re: T junction

    Quote Originally Posted by English4everyone View Post
    I know the meaning of T junction. Is it used in American English too? Or do American people use another word?
    A very quick Google search tells me that it's a "T-intersection" in AmE.

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