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Noun
/ˈpāvmənt/,
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pavements, plural;
  1. Any paved area or surface

  2. The hard surface of a road or street

  3. A sidewalk

  4. A more or less horizontal expanse of bare rock


  1. the paved surface of a thoroughfare
  2. paving: material used to pave an area
  3. sidewalk: walk consisting of a paved area for pedestrians; usually beside a street or roadway
  4. A pavement in architecture is a stone or tile structure, the pavement, which can serve as a floor or an external feature. Pavements can be made of flagstones which are used for things like paving gardens, tiles also there were mosaics which were commonly used by the Romans.
  5. Pavement is an American indie/alternative rock band. Although they experienced only moderate commercial success, they achieved a significant cult following and were one of the most popular and influential lo-fi rock bands of the 1990s.Erlewine, Stephen Thomas; Phares, Heather. "". AllMusic. ...
  6. Pavement was a New Zealand youth culture magazine published bimonthly, and then quarterly, by Bernard McDonald and Glenn Hunt from 1993 to 2006.
  7. Road surface (British English) or pavement (American English) is the durable surface material laid down on an area intended to sustain vehicular or foot traffic, such as a road or walkway. ...
  8. A paved footpath at the side of a road; (uncountable) Paved exterior surface, as with a road or sidewalk; The interior flooring, especially when of stone, of large buildings such as a cathedral; this sense?) (uncountable) The material with which a surface is paved
  9. (paving) The hard durable surface placed directly atop the ground, as on a street or sidewalk; Interior pavement, as in a cathedral; Pertaining to the material used for pavement, or to the surface itself
  10. (paving) Stone used as a wearing surface, as in patios, walkways, driveways, etc.
  11. (Paving) Applying asphalt, recycled asphalt, concrete, or asphaltic concrete to a roadway surface.
  12. (Paving) Laying of hot bituminous mix with a paving machine on the highway surface. Short delays in travel to be expected.
  13. (Paving) Pavimento, revestimiento (m)
  14. (Paving) SMCS Code: 7000 Compactor Drum - Side Shift – g00714955 Compactor - Spray Pressure - Full – g00714977
  15. (Paving) Stone slabs on passage and chamber floors. In a megalithic tomb, paving stones superimposed on each other may indicate several phases of use
  16. (Paving) The installation of a new asphalt surface.
  17. Paving comes in all shapes and sizes with a vast array of materials to suit any budget. IGC will advise you on paving patterns and materials to suit your specific requirements.
  18. What Americans call a sidewalk, we call a pavement.
  19. If you’re making room for an emergency vehicle, do not go up onto the pavement. Apart from the potential danger to pedestrians, you may risk causing damage to your tyres, wheels and hub caps.
  20. The pavement is the structure built on the subgrade using layers of material as shown below.  This is not to be confused with the same word in common use that refers to a footway or footpath.
  21. a layer of concrete on such areas as roads, sidewalks, canals, playgrounds, and those used for storage or parking.  (See also pavement, rigid.)
  22. marking materials prequalified by a service test may be tested by the Laboratory to determine formulation compliance to prequalified material and compliance with physical properties specified herein.
  23. n. The sidewalk. In American English, this word usually means the concrete or asphalt used in roads or sidewalks.
  24. Obviously a hard surfaced place to ride. This can be in the form of a jogging path like those around golf courses or in the form of general purpose roads and streets.
  25. The raised surface on the side of a street, usually made from concrete, where people walk on foot.