Definition of kerbing in English:

kerbing

Line breaks: kerb|ing

noun

[mass noun]
1The stones collectively forming a kerb.
More example sentences
  • He supplies the building trade and hardware stores with patio slabs, kerbing, wall capping, panel fencing and sills.
  • Shop fronts are also to be improved, she added, as well as the introduction of new kerbing, and time-limited car parking.
  • Deputy central Hampshire coroner Simon Burge voiced concerns about the safety of kerbing on a stretch of the A31.
2The action of hitting a kerb with a car tyre, leading to possible damage to the tyre.

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