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
While South Korea has nearly 19,000 evacuation shelters, mostly in subway stations and parking garages, surveys have shown most people did not know which shelters were closest to their homes.
For instance, ride-hailing can help smooth transportation demand shocks caused by temporary transit disruptions, such as closures of subway stations for maintenance.
Commuters passing through New York City’s Rockefeller Center subway station on Thursday were treated to a special concert from Christina Aguilera and Jimmy Fallon.
Dumas was killed by a police officer in a New York City subway station in 1968 at age 33.
Brightly painted information booths staffed by volunteers fluent in several languages began to pop up outside subway stations Tuesday while, inside, new signage offers directions in Russian and English.
Decor: Concrete floors, white subway tile, rustic wood and metal combine for a modern and industrial vibe.
As explained on her blog, Tersey found white stick-on decals that look like subway tile.
Fittingly, given that the show is filmed in Manhattan, the sign is backed by simple New York-style subway tiles.
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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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