- Oregon Trail
- n.a route used during the U.S. westward migrations, esp. in the period from 1840 to 1860, starting in Missouri and ending in Oregon. ab. 2000 mi. (3200 km) long.
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Oregon Trail — n. a route used during the U.S. westward migrations, esp. in the period from 1840 to 1860, starting in Missouri and ending in Oregon. ab. 2000 mi. (3200 km) long. * * * Major U.S. route to the Northwest in the 19th century. It stretched about… … Universalium
Oregon Trail — Or′egon Trail′ n. amh. geg a route used during the U.S. westward migrations, esp. in the period from 1840 to 1860, starting in Missouri and ending in Oregon. ab. 2000 mi. (3200 km) long … From formal English to slang
Oregon Trail — /ɒrəgən ˈtreɪl/ (say oruhguhn trayl) noun a route for westward pioneers in the US, starting in Missouri and reaching Oregon, much used in the mid 19th century. About 3200 km long … Australian English dictionary
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