flat+paving+stone

  • 1 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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  • 2 paving 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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  • 3 paving 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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  • 4 paving stone — noun a stone used for paving (Freq. 1) • Hypernyms: ↑stone • Hyponyms: ↑cobble, ↑cobblestone, ↑sett, ↑curbstone, ↑kerbstone, ↑flag, ↑ …

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

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  • 7 paving 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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  • 8 ˈpaving 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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  • 9 paving 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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  • 10 stone — 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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  • 11 Flat roof — A flat roof is a type of covering of a building. In contrast to the sloped form of a roof, a flat roof is horizontal or nearly horizontal. Materials that cover flat roofs should allow the water to run off freely from a very slight… …

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  • 12 paving — [[t]pe͟ɪvɪŋ[/t]] N UNCOUNT: oft supp N Paving is flat blocks of stone or concrete covering an area. In the centre of the paving stood a statue. ...concrete paving …

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  • 13 stone — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English stān; akin to Old High German stein stone, Old Church Slavic stěna wall, and perhaps to Sanskrit styāyate it hardens more at steato Date: before 12th century 1. a concretion of earthy or mineral …

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  • 14 flag stone — n. flat paving stone; (Geology) rock that splits into slabs …

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  • 15 flag-stone — n. Flag, flat paving stone …

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  • 16 crazy paving — noun Paving composed of irregularly shaped slabs of stone or concrete, used for ornamental effect on terraces, garden paths, etc • • • Main Entry: ↑craze * * * crazy paving UK US noun [uncountable] british flat pieces of stone of different shapes …

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  • 17 Dimension stone — Large blocks of granite dimension stone being loaded at Teignmouth in 1827. Dimension stone is natural stone or rock that has been selected and fabricated (i.e., trimmed, cut, drilled, ground, or other) to specific sizes or shapes. Color, texture …

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  • 18 Permeable paving — Permeable paving, is different than pervious paving or porous pavement, by virtue of the fact that rainwater passes around the paver as opposed to passing through the paver helping to reduce or eliminate clogging found in pervious or porous… …

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  • 19 crazy paving — ► NOUN Brit. ▪ paving made of irregular pieces of flat stone …

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  • 20 crazy paving — n [U] BrE pieces of stone of different shapes fitted together to make a path or flat area …

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