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Translation of "pave" - English-Spanish dictionary

pave

verb   /peɪv/
to cover an area of ground with a hard, flat surface of pieces of stone, concrete, or bricks pavimentar The area near the beach is paved with bricks set in patterns.1260
→  Idioms pave the way , paved with gold
(Definition of pave from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pave

verb /peiv/
to cover (a street, path etc ) with (usually large) flat stones, concrete etc to make a flat surface for walking on etc pavimentar; empedrar, adoquinar (con piedras) He wants to pave the garden.
pavement noun
(British ) a paved surface, especially a paved footpath along the sides of a road for people to walk on; sidewalk(American) calzada, pavimento (also adjective) a pavement cafe.
paving stone noun
a large flat stone or piece of concrete used for paving. adoquín, losa
(Definition of pave from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “pave”
in Vietnamese lát đường…
in Malaysian menurap…
in Thai ปูพื้น…
in French paver…
in German pflastern…
in Chinese (Simplified) 铺,筑(地面)…
in Turkish yola taş/tuğla/beton döşemek…
in Russian мостить, бетонировать…
in Indonesian melapisi dengan semen dll untuk jalan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鋪,築(地面)…
in Polish brukować…
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