Noun(1) mixed asphalt and crushed gravel or sand; used especially for paving but also for roofing(2) a dark bituminous substance found in natural beds and as residue from petroleum distillation; consists mainly of hydrocarbons
Verb(1) cover with tar or asphalt
(1) Trinidad has one of the largest natural asphalt lakes in the world.(2) Masonry sealers are not intended for use on asphalt , glazed ceramic tile or on wooden surfaces.(3) Chief exports of Trinidad and Tobago include oil, sugar, citrus fruit, asphalt , and coffee.(4) The asphalt was dark and slightly shiny in the sun, as if the oppressive heat was melting the tar within the road.(5) Normally, asphalt road surfaces are built on top of a bed of concrete, which is itself built atop a bed of gravel.(6) They are designed to go over any surface, including asphalt , dirt, gravel, grass and mountain trails.(7) There are also large reserves of natural gas and asphalt .(8) Two products which come directly from the crude oil and do not require further processing are asphalt and waxes.(9) Instead of green grass, natural pools of hot, slow-simmering asphalt occupy the preserve.(10) Teal and green floor tiles in the kids' bathroom are made of waste products derived from gravel, asphalt , and cement.(11) Fernando Alonso: ├ö├ç├┐It was a satisfactory Friday for us, as we managed to have long runs this afternoon - which helped on this newly asphalted circuit.├ö├ç├û(12) He said over 400 km of the 1,000 km had been asphalted and over 300 km had been metalled.(13) The road in front of Sundari Memorial School was asphalted last year.(14) If the BMP had not taken this bold step, of asking utility agencies to coordinate their work with the road asphalting , many citizens would have been forced to take some drastic steps themselves.(15) Turning off at the village, one is confronted by a beautifully asphalted and signposted road which heralds driving pleasure for a fair distance.(16) The layers can be almost any combination of granular, stabilised or asphaltic materials, and future versions will also model gravel and rigid pavements.
(1) asphalt paver :: アスファルト舗装
1. tar ::
2. pitch ::
3. paving ::
4. blacktop ::
5. tarmac ::
Different Formsasphalt, asphalted, asphalting, asphalts
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