National grid



noun
1.
(Brit) a network of high-voltage power lines connecting major power stations
2.
a grid of metric coordinates used by the Ordnance Survey in Britain and Ireland, and in New Zealand by the New Zealand Lands and Survey Department, and printed on their maps

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