a ridged section of pavement alongside a highway or on a roadway preceding a hazard, as a dangerous curve or construction zone, that, when driven over by a passing motor vehicle, causes loud rumbling and vibration: usually used in pl.
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A series of short transverse grooves in the pavement of a road that produce a rumbling noise when driven on, serving as a warning to the driver that the vehicle is drifting off the road or out of a lane.