Sub-Base

One or more layers of material placed immediately above the formation.

Sub-base

Good quality crushed and graded aggregate used as the top layer of road construction, immediately below the bitumen- or cement- bound surfacing. A valuable product, much of which is provided by primary crushed rock aggregates like granite or limestone. Crushed concrete can be processed to provide a completely satisfactory alternative.
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Sub-base

Sub'-base` noun (Architecture) The lowest member of a base when divided horizontally, or of a baseboard, pedestal, or the like.
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Sub-base

• (n.) The lowest member of a base when divided horizontally, or of a baseboard, pedestal, or the like.
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