Translation of paving in Spanish:

paving

Pronunciation: /ˈpeɪvɪŋ/

n

u
  • 1.1 (paved area) pavimento (m); (of flagstones) enlosado (m); (of tiles) embaldosado (m); (of stones) empedrado (m), adoquinado (m); (of bricks) enladrillado (m)
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    • The stone paving would have finished off the scheme nicely.
    • The rear garden has a patio, extensive Liscannor paving and an outdoor storage shed.
    • Outside, the front garden is laid in low-maintenance cobblelock paving, and provides parking for two cars.
    1.2 (materials) materiales (mpl) de pavimentación (before n) paving slab o stone losa (f)
    More example sentences
    • Many of the stone paving slabs are 200 years old and too expensive for Leeds City Council to replace.
    • In addition, several thousand square feet of flagstone paving were used for the pool area and sidewalks.
    • The front garden is laid in granite paving and provides plenty of off-street parking.
    1.3 (road surface) (AmE) calzada (f)

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