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cobble

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈkɒbl/
a rounded stone used on the surface of an old-fashioned roadRoad surfaces and features
cobbled adjective made with cobbles: cobbled streets Road surfaces and features
Translations of “cobble”
in Spanish adoquín…
in French pavé rond…
in German der Pflasterstein…
in Chinese (Traditional) (老式路面用的)鵝卵石…
in Russian булыжник…
in Turkish Arnavut kaldırımı, taş kaldırım…
in Chinese (Simplified) (老式路面用的)鹅卵石…
in Polish kamień brukowy…
(Definition of cobble from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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