pavement

  1. the paved surface of a thoroughfare
  2. material used to pave an area
  3. walk consisting of a paved area for pedestrians; usually beside a street or roadway

Pavement

is the whole constructed thickness of a road or similar slab.

pavement

[n] - the paved surface of a thoroughfare
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Pavement

Pave'ment noun [ French, from Late Latin pavamentum , Latin pavimentum . See Pave .] That with which anythingis paved; a floor or covering of solid material, laid so as to make a hard and convenient surface for travel; a paved road or sidewalk; a decorative interior floor of tiles or...
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Pavement

Pave'ment transitive verb To furnish with a pavement; to pave. [ Obsolete] 'How richly pavemented !' Bp. Hall.
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pavement

That with which anythingis paved; a floor or covering of solid material, laid so as to make a hard and convenient surface for travel; a paved road or sidewalk; a decorative interior floor of tiles or coloured bricks. 'The riches of heaven's pavement, trodden gold. ... <zoology> ' (Milton) Pavement teeth, flattened teeth which in certain fishe...
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pavement

paving noun the paved surface of a thoroughfare
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Pavement

• (n.) That with which anythingis paved; a floor or covering of solid material, laid so as to make a hard and convenient surface for travel; a paved road or sidewalk; a decorative interior floor of tiles or colored bricks. • (v. t.) To furnish with a pavement; to pave.
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pavement

in civil engineering, durable surfacing of a road, airstrip, or similar area. The primary function of a pavement is to transmit loads to the ... [4 related articles]
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Pavement

A layer of concrete over such areas as roads, sidewalks, canals, airfields, and those used for storage or parking. See also Rigid Pavement.
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pavement

pavement, the wearing surface of a road, street, or sidewalk. Parts of Babylon and Troy are believed to have been paved; Roman roads were noted for their durable stone paving. Cobblestones were common from late medieval times into the 19th cent. A pavement known as macadam road, introduced in Englan...
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PAVEMENT

The sidewalk. In American English, this word usually means the concrete or asphalt used in roads or sidewalks.
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Pavement

[architecture] Pavement in construction is an outdoor floor or superficial surface covering. Paving materials include asphalt, concrete, stone such as flagstone, cobblestone, and setts, artificial stone, bricks, tiles, and sometimes wood. In landscape architecture pavements are part of the hardscape and are used on sidewalks, road surfaces,...
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pavement

the paved surface of a thoroughfare
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