A narrow method or passageway between wall space, hedges, or fences.
A narrow passageway, training course, or track, particularly:
A prescribed course for boats or aircraft.
A strip delineated on a street or highway to support one type of vehicles: a dysfunction lane; an express lane.
Sports One of a set of parallel classes marking the bounds for contestants in a race, especially in swimming or track.
Sports A wood-surfaced passageway or alley along which a bowling baseball is rolled.
Sports An unmarked lengthwise section of a playing field or ice rink regarded as the main playing area for a specific place, such a wing in soccer.
Basketball The rectangular location noted on a court through the end range toward foul line.
A narrow passageway between walls, wall space, hedges or woods
A lengthwise division of roadway designed for a single line of cars
the same unit of a racetrack maintain athletes aside
a training course designated for vessels or aircraft
A passageway between walls or hedges that will be maybe not traveled as a highroad; an alley between structures; a narrow means among trees, rocks, as well as other natural obstructions; thus, in a broad feeling, a narrow passageway.
A narrow means or passage; a path or passageway between inclosing lines, by structures, hedges, fences, woods, or individuals; an extended alley.
A narrow and well-defined track; a set or defined distinct passageway, as a navigable orifice between areas of ice, a fixed training course at ocean, etc.
The neck: much more frequently called the red lane.
A Middle English type of loan.
In sprint-races, the room between cords, strung about 18 inches apart, which mark the straight courses of the rivals. The cords tend to be hold by iron stakes, about two legs in height, driven into the surface.
a well-defined track or path; for e.g. swimmers or lines of traffic