paving stone

  • 1paving stone — UK / US or paving slab UK / US noun [countable] Word forms paving stone : singular paving stone plural paving stones a flat square piece of stone or concrete used for covering a path or area of ground …

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  • 2paving stone — also paving slab BrE n one of the flat pieces of stone that are used to make a hard surface to walk on …

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  • 3paving stone — paving ,stone noun count a flat square piece of stone or CONCRETE used for covering a path or area of ground …

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  • 4paving stone — noun a stone used for paving (Freq. 1) • Hypernyms: ↑stone • Hyponyms: ↑cobble, ↑cobblestone, ↑sett, ↑curbstone, ↑kerbstone, ↑flag, ↑ …

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  • 5paving stone — paving stones N COUNT Paving stones are flat pieces of stone or concrete, usually square in shape, that are put on the ground, for example to make a path. [mainly BRIT] …

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  • 6paving stone — noun a large flat piece of stone or similar material, used in paving …

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  • 7paving stone — /ˈpeɪvɪŋ stoʊn/ (say payving stohn) noun a stone or concrete block prepared for paving …

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  • 8paving-stone — paˈving stone noun A slab of stone or concrete used in a pavement, etc • • • Main Entry: ↑pave …

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  • 9paving-stone — floor tile, stone used to create a tiled floor …

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  • 10paving stone — noun (C) one of the flat square pieces of stone that are used to make a hard surface to walk on …

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  • 11ˈpaving ˌstone — noun [C] a flat square piece of stone or CONCRETE that is used for covering a path or area of ground …

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  • 12Paving stone (flooring) — An interlocking concrete paver is a multi shaped, multi colored piece of concrete commonly used in exterior hardscaping applications. Developed in Europe and introduced into the United States in the early 1970 s, Interlocking Concrete Paving… …

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  • 13paving slab — paving stone UK / US or paving slab UK / US noun [countable] Word forms paving stone : singular paving stone plural paving stones a flat square piece of stone or concrete used for covering a path or area of ground …

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  • 14paving slab — variant UK US Main entry: paving stone …

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  • 15stone — Synonyms and related words: Irish confetti, Lydian stone, Tarmac, Tarvia, aa, abyssal rock, acorn, adamant, adamantine, adobe, agate, alexandrite, amethyst, anklet, anthraconite, aplite, aquamarine, arch, armlet, ashlar, asphalt, aventurine,… …

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  • 16stone — I n. rock 1) to hurl, throw a stone 2) a foundation; paving stone 3) (misc.) to leave no stone unturned ( to try all methods of achieving an end ) gem 4) to set a (precious) stone 5) a precious stone stony mass in the body 6) a gallstone; kidney… …

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  • 17paving — pav|ing [ˈpeıvıŋ] n 1.) [U] material used to form a hard level surface on a path, road, area etc ▪ brick paving 2.) [U] an area covered in a hard level surface such as blocks of stone or ↑concrete 3.) a paving stone …

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  • 18stone — stonable, stoneable, adj. stoneless, adj. stonelessness, n. stonelike, adj. stoner, n. /stohn/, n., pl. stones for 1 5, 7 19, stone for 6, adj., adv., v., stoned, stoning. n …

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  • 19paving — noun 1. the act of applying paving materials to an area • Syn: ↑pavage • Derivationally related forms: ↑pave • Hypernyms: ↑application, ↑coating, ↑covering 2. the paved surface of a thorou …

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  • 20stone — 1 noun 1 ON THE GROUND (C) a small piece of rock of any shape, found on the ground: Round, flat stones are the best for skimming across water. 2 ROCK (U) a hard mineral substance or rock: honey colored stone | stone statues 3 JEWELLERY (C) a… …

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