pave definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to pay for with a pavement.
    • To cover uniformly, like with pavement.
    • to-be or create the pavement of.
    • To put or protect with stone, brick, or any other product, in order to make a firm, degree, or convenient surface for automobiles, ponies, carriages, or people on foot, to travel on; to flooring with stone, stone, or any other solid material
    • Fig.: to help make smooth, simple, and safe; to organize, as a path or means
  • idiom:
    • pave how which will make development or development easier: experiments that paved just how for future analysis.
  • verb:
    • To cover something with paving pieces
    • To cover with rock, tangible, blacktop or any other covering which will make a road for cars
    • cover with a material such as for instance stone or concrete to help make suited to vehicle traffic
  • others:
    • to pay for or put with blocks of rock or wood, or with bricks, tiles, etc., regularly disposed, and set solidly within their places in order to make a tough level area; in general, to cover with almost any pavement: as, to pave a street; to pave the courtyard.
  • noun:
    • a setting with precious stones therefore closely set that no steel shows

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