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on-ramp

[on-ramp, awn-] /ˈɒnˌræmp, ˈɔn-/
noun
1.
an entrance lane for traffic from a street to a turnpike or freeway.
Also, onramp.
Compare off-ramp.
Origin
by analogy with off-ramp
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British Dictionary definitions for on-ramp

on-ramp

noun
1.
a ramp that provides access to the specified part of a road system: an interstate highway on-ramp
2.
a method of accessing a service or facility: an important on-ramp to the on-line world
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Contemporary definitions for on-ramp
noun

a one-way lane for getting onto a main highway

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