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kerbside

Line breaks: kerb|side
Pronunciation: /ˈkəːbsʌɪd
 
/
(US curbside)

Definition of kerbside in English:

noun

The side of a road or pavement that is nearer to the kerb: he pulled up the van at the kerbside
More example sentences
  • Lead paint is still used for painting the yellow lines along the kerbside.
  • I have also written to the council asking if anything can be done to protect my property, as the land between my wall and the kerbside belongs to the highways department.
  • Money will pay for a co-ordinator to run a scheme in 11 selected schools teaching road safety skills at the kerbside as well as in the classroom.

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