noun un·der·pass \-ˌpas\

: a place where a road or railroad crosses under another road or railroad

Full Definition of UNDERPASS

:  a crossing of a highway and another way (as a road or railroad) at different levels; also :  the lower level of such a crossing

Examples of UNDERPASS

  1. We stood on the bridge and looked down at the underpass.

First Known Use of UNDERPASS



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