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kerbnoun [C]

UK (US curb) uk   /kɜːb/  us   /kɝːb/
the ​edge of a ​raisedpathnearest the ​road
(Definition of kerb from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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kerbnoun [C]

 us   /kɜrb/
Br forcurb
(Definition of kerb from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “kerb”
in Korean 연석…
in Arabic حاجِز حَجَري (عِنْد حافّة الطَّريق)…
in Malaysian bebendul jalan…
in French bordure de trottoir…
in Russian бордюр (тротуара)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (道路的)路緣…
in Italian ciglio del marciapiede…
in Turkish kaldırım kenarı…
in Polish krawężnik…
in Spanish bordillo…
in Vietnamese lề đường…
in Portuguese meio-fio…
in Thai ขอบถนน…
in German der Randstein…
in Catalan vorada…
in Japanese 歩道の縁…
in Chinese (Simplified) (道路的)路缘…
in Indonesian tepi trotoar…
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