noun, plural au·to·bahns, German au·to·bahn·en [ou-taw-bah-nuh n] /ˈaʊ tɔˌbɑ nən/.
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Origin of autobahn
Examples from the Web for autobahn
After two hours, we exited the autobahn onto an old and broken road.
The Accident concerns a mysterious crash on the Vienna autobahn, in which a young couple is ejected from a taxi.
Word Origin for autobahn
1937, German, from auto "motor car, automobile" + bahn "path, road," from Middle High German ban, bane "way, road," literally "strike" (as a swath cut through), from PIE *gwhen- "to strike, kill" (see bane).