1. A place where people and squirrels and lots of other animals get killed.

2. A very fast going road. A place where cars drive faster than usual. A road which you can use to get to your destination faster by car.

3. When on drugs and high, you're on the highway.

4. Part of the whole name to an album by AC/DC. The full album name is "Highway to hell".
"I'm late for work, I'm taking the highway"

"I'm sorry to say this Jack, but your squirrel is dead"
"Why?! How?!!!"
"It was on the highway."

"That good shit (drugs) guy."
"I'm on the Hiiiway"
by SuperWay July 16, 2006
Jamal just got busted...and they whooped his ass!
"By who?"
That same two Highways that always be up in here.
by Porn is good July 12, 2008
A common nickname for Highway 100, a large cruising street in the Milwaukee area.
"I'm gonna go hit up Highway tonight, wanna come?"
by ajknee May 23, 2006
Tim is sellin them Highways for 10 dollars, you betta get yo self a pair.
by Yo momma April 25, 2006
1: A main road. When it goes through the countryside, it is often lined the various dead animals. I recently saw a badger lying there inert.

2: A lamp post made by Concrete Utilities in the sixties. Later replaced by the Highway X, which had a slimmer, rounder-shaped base to its column and therefore took up less room on the pavement.
Mrs Ford: Had a good day, Jim?
Mr Ford (who has just arrived home): I was driving along the highway at a steady 50 mph when this stupid toffee-nosed arsehole came tearing along at about 80 or 90, practically rammed my backside for a mile and a half, hooting his horn all the time. When he overtook, he shouted something I couldn't quite understand due to the fact he spoke as though he had his bollocks in his mouth. I naturally did the sensible thing - gave him the finger and told him to f*** off.
Mrs Ford: That's nice, dear.
by StormSworder August 17, 2006
(noun) A dirty pig farmer from Kentucky who is alway grumpy

(Adj) One who is trained to drive large trucks, but never does.

(noun) A closet homosexual
by theonewhopostedthis December 21, 2010
Term used to denote a type of street race that occurs specifically on a long stretch of highway. Generally, this type of race is impromptu, or spur of the moment, and is challenged while moving on the highway. Racers may or may not know one another.

Typically, while driving down the highway, driver 1 pulls in to a left or right position (when highway structure permits)behind the individual he wishes to challenge. Driver 1 then flashes his high beam headlights a number of times to officially challenge driver 2. Driver 2 would accept the challenge by turning on his flashers or hazard lights, or decline the race by applying his brakes, thus activating his vehicle's brake lights and indicating to driver 1 that they decline the challenge.

If the challenge is accepted, driver 1 pulls along side driver 2. A few moments are spent prepping for the race by getting at the proper speed, which is usually determined by driver 2. Driver 1 then holds up a number of fingers to indicate which horn blast the race will begin on (typically 3). Driver 2 would nod in agreement, and driver 1 would then honk his horn the agreed amount (here it's 3). Immediately on the third horn blast both participants mash the throttle and begin the race. The race is determined in a number of ways, though normally it ends when the lead car has held a stong lead of at least 5 car links ahead of his opponent for about 10 to 15 seconds, the lead car pulls ahead and out of view of his opponent, or the trailing car quits. In this race, the lead driver CAN quit and end the race, and such would NOT be considered a loss.

Obviously certain conditions must be observed during these battles. From traffic flow, to weather, to course and surroundings, all things must be considered. Speeds commonly get very high and dangerous, though most races are held honorably, with each driver knowing when to quit.

Historically, these races were popularized in Japan in the late 80's with the advent of the modern Japanese supercars such as the Toyota Supra or Nissan Skyline. They are currently very common around Tokyo's super highways such as the Wangan or the Shinanobashi, whose traffic flow late at night and construction make for excellent venue. This kind of racing is gaining popularity in America, specfically late at night on multilane country highways and interstates.

This kind of racing is the primary backdrop in the video game "Tokyo Xtreme Racer 3"
I was on my way home from work when I saw a highway battle between a Plymouth Laser and an early model Nissan 300ZX.
by BoostCreep May 14, 2009