bypass

All Noun Verb
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  • The first section of the eastern bypass has already been finished.
  • That would soon change as bypasses were constructed around the towns along the route.
  • At the moment, the two bypasses do not form a complete ring road.
  • A door was also cut into the keep at ground level, bypassing the first floor entrance.
  • A bypass door is a door unit that has two or more sections.
  • All the towns on this section of the route have now been bypassed.
  • He is named king when a council bypasses those before him in the line of succession.
  • The main road bypasses the village so it is quiet and free from traffic.
  • The bypass around the town does not help, as potential passing trade does not often enter the town.
  • This would provide a four lane bypass around the entire city.
  • The entire system is normally single-track, with bypasses at various points throughout the system.
  • It no longer passes through any of these towns, as bypasses have been built around all of them.
  • At the time of this writing, a bypass is being considered but no firm plans have been agreed upon.
  • He discussed several of his actions and tried to bypass his authority.
  • As part of this project, several bypasses have been constructed to avoid established communities along the route.
  • The highway itself ran through mixed fields and forests bypassing several other towns in the region.
  • It then turns south along the bypass before rejoining its original line west into the city itself.
  • This system was later bypassed by several third-party companies.
  • Previously the highway used to go through the small town however it was bypassed in the early 1990s.
  • A bypass on the east end of the town creates a second north-south route through the town.
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Meaning of bypass

  • noun A surgically created shunt (usually around a damaged part)
  • verb Avoid something unpleasant or laborious
    You cannot bypass these rules!