Examples of pavement in a Sentence
He stopped the car just off the pavement.
The summer heat rose off the pavement.
Recent Examples of pavement from the Web
The bystander was knocked to ground in the chaotic tangle, and the footage shows his head striking the pavement.
The pavement covering the portion of the culvert will be removed.
Sadler's car does a complete 360 in the air, slides across the infield grass on the roof, and then launches back into a series of flips when the car makes contact with the pavement again.
The vegetative growth is a result of programs to reduce pollution and runoff from farms and urban pavement, scientists said.
There are bright-green crossings, special bike traffic signals, turn restrictions for cars and all manner of textured pavement, sidewalk bulbs and signage.
On April 17th the city passed an ordinance requiring a permit to park scooters on its pavements.
By July, heat reflected from the pavement had scorched the leaves of street trees, creating a false, uncolorful fall.
Cross said the project will work around the clock, but there will not be any demo work or concrete pavement breaking during the hours of 11 p.m. to 7 a.m.
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Definition of pavement for English Language Learners
: the hard surface of a road, driveway, etc.
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