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curb: an edge between a sidewalk and a roadway consisting of a line of curbstones (usually forming part of a gutter)
This article describes several characteristic architectural elements typical of European megalithic (Stone Age) structures.
A curb or kerb (see spelling differences) is the edge where a raised pavement/sidewalk/footpath, road median, or road shoulder meets an unraised street or other roadway. ...
The edge between the pavement and the roadway, consisting of a line of kerbstones; To damage vehicle wheels or tyres by running into or over a pavement kerb
(kerbing) A strip of kerb
(Kerbs) Whilst Americans favour “curbs,” the British dominate F1 and so their spelling rules the programme, from bonnet and spanner to chequered flag, except here for “tyres.” (Rubbish! ...
Ring of retaining stones against mound or cairn base
Don’t mount the kerb if giving way to an emergency vehicle. Apart from the potential danger to pedestrians, you may risk causing damage to your tyres, wheels and hub caps.
Curb (noun). As in the step up at the side of a street.
The edge of a sidewalk, spelled “curb” in the US. In British English, curb has the same meaning as the American sense of “restraining or limiting something”, as in “to curb your desires”.
A British term for a Curb -- a stone or cement ridge between the road and the sidewalk.
Usually made of long stones or concrete, this is the edge where a raised pavement meets a road. It acts as a barrier to stop motorists driving onto the pavement.
A profile fixed to a flat roof deck abutting an adjacent wall but not fixed to it. Usually of shaped timber construction.
A hard stone like granite or good-quality pre-cast concrete used for bordering a road and limiting the footway.
a raised border of rigid material formed at the edge of the carriageway.
British spelling of curb.
concrete edge of a road.
A low retaining wall
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