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autobahn

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noun au·to·bahn \ˈȯ-tō-ˌbän, ˈau̇-\

Definition of autobahn

  1. :  a German, Swiss, or Austrian expressway



Origin of autobahn

German, from Auto + Bahn road


First Known Use: 1939

Rhymes with autobahn

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