Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pavement"

The meaning of "Pavement" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Pounding the pavement
mean?
A: technically it means walking a lot. you are pounding (walking) on the pavement (sidewalks). think of it like having a sales job. you have to talk to a lot of people to make a lot of sales. most general way to think of it is putting in effort. gl ;)
Q: What does pavement mean?
A: Footpath in English UK...I guess it's "Cărare" in romanian.
Q: What does uneven?the pavement is uneven. mean?
A: Uneven = not flat.

A road full of holes would be very uneven.
Q: What does pavements mean?
A: any surface area.. phootpath
Q: What does to chase pavements? mean?
A: Nothing. At least without context it means nothing.

Example sentences using "Pavement"

Q: Please show me example sentences with pavement.
A: Driving on the new pavement felt so smooth.
She had to run because the hot pavement hurt her bare feet.
The old pavement in the parking lot had grass growing in the cracks.
Q: Please show me example sentences with pavement .
Q: Please show me example sentences with pavement .
A: The man walked along the pavement.
The pavement was cracked.

Synonyms of "Pavement" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between pavement and sidewalk and other else ?
A: In American English, "pavement" refers to the flat surface of a road and "sidewalk" refers to the raised surface that pedestrians walk on beside a road.

In British English, "pavement" refers to a sidewalk and the term sidewalk is rarely used.

That's why you are probably confused about the difference in meaning. The meaning changes depending on whether you read material from American English or British English sources.
Q: What is the difference between pavement and sidewalk ?
A: Pavement is more common in British English and Sidewalk is more common in American English.
Q: What is the difference between pavement and curb ?
A: The pavement is the sidewalk, or the part that you walk on, and the curb is the divider between it and the road. We use 'sidewalk' in the US and 'pavement' in the UK.
Q: What is the difference between "pavement" and "asphalt" ?
A: Pavement is an object like a road or sidewalk.

Asphalt is a material used to make something (usually a road).

Q: "Hey what is this pavement made of?"
A: "Asphalt"

Translations of "Pavement"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pavement and sidewalk - where is the difference?
A: Pavement is what the sidewalk is usually made of. The sidewalk is the area of a road where it's safe for people to walk. It's usually raised up a little higher than the part where the cars drive.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pavement
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pavement
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pavement
A: It's the same. Or you can say sidewalk

Other questions about "Pavement"

Q: He saw a woman_________on the pavement outside the shop
A.stood
B.standing
C.has stood
D.was standing
Helpp me
A: B. Standing
Q: "The pavement was overrun with cigarette ends, spits and flyers." Does this sound natural?
A: "The pavement was overrun with cigarette butts, spit, and flyers."

The final comma is necessary.

Not "spits" because "spit" is singular and plural
Q: He is walking on the pavement.
He is walking down the pavement.
He is walking along the pavement. Does this sound natural?
A: “He is walking down the pavement.”

This phrase is one that most people use.
Q: What does "put on the pavement" mean?
A: It's a refrence to curb stomping
Q: I slipped and went across sprawling pavement Does this sound natural?
A: I slipped and went sprawling across the pavement

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