Definition of paver in English:

paver

Syllabification: pav·er
Pronunciation: /ˈpāvər
 
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noun

  • 1A paving stone.
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    • Likewise, the cost of the two types of pavers is relatively similar.
    • The streets are made up of pavers in different designs.
    • The blue chalk lines used to indicate where the pavers are to be cut are visible here.
  • 2A person who lays pavement or paving stones.
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    • The road itself lengthens when the pavers put down new asphalt at its terminus.
    • In the later print, the blacksmith is seen brandishing a leg of ham and the Frenchman has been replaced by a paver who fondles a market seller.
    • They are skilled driveway pavers, barn painters and roofers, often with regular seasonal customers.

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