Definition of Thomas Telford from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Thomas Telford

 
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(1757-1834) a Scottish engineer who designed many bridges, canals and roads in Britain. Among his best-known achievements are the Caledonian Canal in northern Scotland and the Menai Strait Bridge in north Wales. Many of his bridges are still in use.