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Synonyms for bypass

get round

go round



Synonyms for bypass

the act, an instance, or a means of avoiding

to pass around but not through

Synonyms for bypass

a highway that encircles an urban area so that traffic does not have to pass through the center

a surgically created shunt (usually around a damaged part)

Related Words

a conductor having low resistance in parallel with another device to divert a fraction of the current

avoid something unpleasant or laborious

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He said the wildlife agency continues to demand the remaining Sh6 million from SGR Phase One compensation but the railways firm had failed to respond.Mr Waweru said the KWS redirected the compensation cash for the SGR and the Southern By-pass after Parliament drastically cut its budgetary support for the year 2015/16.
'Consequently we want to construct these by-pass roads at the same grade as A1 road,' Mr Mokaila said.
Committee directed the NHA for preparing of the feasibility report about Southern By-Pass. It was also told to the members that Topi - Sawabi - Mardan road is 62 km long and connects important cities and six districts to Peshawar.
Analysis of the data for milk production on by-pass fat supplementation revealed that milk production differed significantly (p<0.05).
Among the priorities will be renovation of the Petrohan pass, completion of the by-pass around the town of Berkovitsa, rehabilitation of the Montana-Dobri dol-Lom road.
A Garda spokesman said: "One male was arrested following the interception of a vehicle on the Tallaght by-pass, Dublin, at approximately 6.15pm on November 27."
"There are problems because of the access across the railway bridge and this could be solved by a new by-pass to link up with the island near the Long Shoot.
1981 Baby Costello decided to by-pass the hospital in his early morning rush to be born.
A FAMILY including a teenage girl and four-year-old boy were cut free from their car after a rush hour by-pass crash.
Ellis Llewelyn Jones 56, of Bryn Mawr, Llanidloes, was fined pounds 2,000 with pounds 100 costs and banned from driving for 15 months last July as a result of the crash on Welshpool by-pass.
A TRUCKER has been fined and banned from the road following a crash on Welshpool by-pass last winter when a lorry - which itself had two lorry cabs on the back - fell off the back of an articulated low-loader.
(CHEC) to design and build the North Abaco Port and by-pass road; a bridge between Little and Great Abaco; a port and by-pass highway in Exuma; and the Eleuthera Glass Window Bridge and approaching embankments, reports The Nassau Guardian (March 11, 2011).
"I thought there might be a wonder diet or a pill but my doctor said the only thing that was going to help was a by-pass. I wouldn't have been a good candidate for a gastric band because I had too much weight to lose."
New cutting-edge method offers benefits to by-pass surgery patients