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kerbside

noun [C usually singular] uk UK ( US curbside)   /ˈkɜːb.saɪd/ us    /ˈkɝːb-/
the area near where a road and the raised path next to it join
Translations of “kerbside”
in Chinese (Traditional) (靠近路緣的)行人道區域,路邊…
in Chinese (Simplified) (靠近路缘的)人行道区域,路边…
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