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bikaður {adj}tarred
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Translation for 'tarred' from English to Icelandic

bikaður {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • An exception occurred in March 1775, when a number of soldiers from the 47th Regiment of Foot tarred and feathered Thomas Ditson, a colonist from Billerica, Massachusetts, who attempted to illegally purchase a musket from one of the regiment's soldiers.
  • Kazungula is linked by a tarred road to Victoria Falls, 70 km east.
  • Kawambwa sits at the junction of tarred roads to Nchelenge, Mporokoso, Mushota and Mansa, and Mbereshi linking with the Zambia Way, the main tarred highway of the Luapula Province through Mwansabombwe and Mansa.
  • Kasane is at the northern end of the tarred highway from Francistown and Gaborone which is a regional artery between southern and central Africa particularly for trucks too heavy for the Victoria Falls Bridge's periodic weight restrictions.
  • Only one tarred road, single track, potholed, and in a poor state of repair, penetrates the area, the other tarred roads having long since crumbled away.
  • While fires are typically wood-fuelled, tar barrels or tarred wheels hoisted on poles are also burned.
  • The township's main roads are tarred and several minor streets may be tarred but in questionable condition.
  • December 1993: Tenants say the reputation of the flats has been tarred by vandalism, muggings and fears of fire.
  • The road into the valley is tarred and twists and turns steeply as it drops 800 meters in about 20 km.
  • Nanga Entaih was connected to tarred road in September 2019.
  • The road from Mamehlabe to Ga-Lamola (Rosenkrantz) was to be tarred in a project set for 2013 but failed to yield the much anticipated results, the tarred road that was constructed runs for a few kilometers and is of poor quality.
  • The former gravel road was expanded in width and tarred from 31 January 1986 to 31 March 1991.
  • The route south from Saltersgate was tarred in the 1920s (previously having been laid with limestone), with the whole route between Pickering and Whitby being tarred by the 1930s.
  • The gravel road passes the small village of Verkykerskop, and certain passes and steep hills are tarred, but not excluding potholes.
  • Vleesbaai can be accessed by tarred road by turning off the N2 national highway onto R325 route, or alternatively there are a couple of dirt roads that offer a more direct route to Vleesbaai from the N2.
  • Most of the roads in Awka-Etiti are tarred. This has been possible thanks only to individual philanthropic and community efforts.
  • It plans to link Cape Town and Cairo with tarred roads and increased infrastructure.
  • The village is accessible via a tarred road. There is also a landing strip for small aircraft.
  • Joubert's Pass is situated on a road that turns out eastward from the tarred R58 after passing through Lady Grey at [...] , crosses the Witteberg (white mountain due to the crest often covered in snow during winter), a branch of the Drakensberg (dragon mountain), meanders through farmlands and meets up again with the tarred R58 that links Aliwal North to Barkly East at [...].
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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