Definition of sealed road in English:

sealed road

noun

Australian, NZ
  • A road with a hard, smooth surface of tarmac, concrete, etc.

    ‘Alice was, by then, totally accessible by sealed roads’
    • ‘The Roads Management Committee has approved requests to allocate additional funding for an extension of the sealed road network.’
    • ‘The sealed roads allow the hire car I'm using access to all the major sites.’
    • ‘We stuck to the narrow sealed road, noting that if we had spare wheels, camping gear and bush savvy, Alice via Tobermorey is only 806 kilometres.’
    • ‘The principal attractions are linked by sealed roads, but with a sturdy 4 wheel drive, some time and a sense of adventure, there's far more to see.’
    • ‘After the sealed road, a good track that is ideal for families takes you through the beautiful Pass of Ryvoan.’
    • ‘There were no sealed roads on the islands.’
    • ‘The Territory is remarkably quiet cruising on sealed roads.’
    • ‘The community can be reached by sealed road.’
    • ‘The lack of sealed roads was also a big issue for many locals, as people still have to drive over hundreds of kilometres of dirt road.’
    • ‘On sunny days, warm sealed roads are a magnet for metre-long sand goannas.’