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1[mass noun] A surface made up of flat stones laid in a pattern:‘weeds had forced their way up through the cracked paving’
- ‘There is side access to the walled rear garden which has also been laid with cobblelock paving and is bordered by various plants and shrubs.’
- ‘Outside, the front garden is laid in low-maintenance cobblelock paving, and provides parking for two cars.’
- ‘The stone paving would have finished off the scheme nicely.’
- ‘The rear garden has a patio, extensive Liscannor paving and an outdoor storage shed.’
- 1.1 The stones used for a paved surface:‘the company can supply and lay paving’
- ‘Many of the stone paving slabs are 200 years old and too expensive for Leeds City Council to replace.’
- ‘The front garden is laid in granite paving and provides plenty of off-street parking.’
- ‘In addition, several thousand square feet of flagstone paving were used for the pool area and sidewalks.’
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