Examples of subway in a Sentence
I took the subway to midtown.
No one on the subway seemed to mind how crowded it was.
I've been on both the New York subway and the Underground in London.
Recent Examples of subway from the Web
The article includes a photograph taken inside the city’s Chongwenmen subway station (see above).
That leaves 13 targeted subway stations without any funding.
Her friends, most of them her former classmates from Bryn Mawr, had posted a thousand flyers about her disappearance on signposts and at subway stations and bus stops.
For example, a previous Intersection campaign in New York allowed MillerCoors to display beer ads to subway riders facing a train delay, and point to bars near the closest station.
In New York City, for instance, subway riders hold on to the metal rails when riding the trains.
Depicting images of the sky that Méndez photographed over a 24-hour period, the mosaics will help reorient subway riders to the bright California sunshine.
In addition to those using a wheelchair, these routes may prove especially helpful to those on crutches or individuals traveling with a stroller who need an elevator to travel into and out of subway stations.
The nearest subway stations are Kanda and Iwamotocho.
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First Known Use of subway
SUBWAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of subway for English Language Learners
: a system of underground trains in a city
: a road or passage for walking under a road, set of railroad tracks, etc.
SUBWAY Defined for Kids
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