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mac·ad·am·ize

 (mə-kăd′ə-mīz′)
tr.v. mac·ad·am·ized, mac·ad·am·iz·ing, mac·ad·am·iz·es
To construct or pave (a road) with macadam.

mac·ad′am·i·za′tion (-ə-mĭ-zā′shən) n.
mac·ad′am·iz′er n.

macadamize

(məˈkædəˌmaɪz) or

macadamise

vb
(Civil Engineering) (tr) to construct or surface (a road) with macadam
macˌadamiˈzation, macˌadamiˈsation n
macˈadamˌizer, macˈadamˌiser n

mac•ad•am•ize

(məˈkæd əˌmaɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to pave by compacting broken stone, often with asphalt or tar.
[1815–25]

macadamize


Past participle: macadamized
Gerund: macadamizing

Imperative
macadamize
macadamize
Present
I macadamize
you macadamize
he/she/it macadamizes
we macadamize
you macadamize
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Preterite
I macadamized
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we macadamized
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Present Continuous
I am macadamizing
you are macadamizing
he/she/it is macadamizing
we are macadamizing
you are macadamizing
they are macadamizing
Present Perfect
I have macadamized
you have macadamized
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Past Continuous
I was macadamizing
you were macadamizing
he/she/it was macadamizing
we were macadamizing
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Past Perfect
I had macadamized
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Future
I will macadamize
you will macadamize
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Future Perfect
I will have macadamized
you will have macadamized
he/she/it will have macadamized
we will have macadamized
you will have macadamized
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Future Continuous
I will be macadamizing
you will be macadamizing
he/she/it will be macadamizing
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you will be macadamizing
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been macadamizing
you have been macadamizing
he/she/it has been macadamizing
we have been macadamizing
you have been macadamizing
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been macadamizing
you will have been macadamizing
he/she/it will have been macadamizing
we will have been macadamizing
you will have been macadamizing
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been macadamizing
you had been macadamizing
he/she/it had been macadamizing
we had been macadamizing
you had been macadamizing
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Conditional
I would macadamize
you would macadamize
he/she/it would macadamize
we would macadamize
you would macadamize
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Past Conditional
I would have macadamized
you would have macadamized
he/she/it would have macadamized
we would have macadamized
you would have macadamized
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.macadamize - surface with macadammacadamize - surface with macadam; "macadam the road"
coat, surface - put a coat on; cover the surface of; furnish with a surface; "coat the cake with chocolate"
Translations

macadamize

[məˈkædəmaɪz] VTmacadamizar

macadamize

vtschottern, makadamisieren (spec)

macadamize

[məˈkædəˌmaɪz] vtmacadamizzare
References in classic literature ?
AT thirty-four, Martin was still unmarried, and though he had not travelled far on that strange road to affluence which for some seems a macadamized boulevard, but for so many, like himself, a rough cow-path, he had done better than the average farmer of Fallon County.
He feels convinced every minute that the whole concern is going over, a conviction which becomes especially lively whenever a ditch or a stretch of newly macadamized road comes in sight.
Broad streets, well graded, were made, with sewers and water-pipes ready laid, and macadamized from his own quarries.
The drive to the scenic valley from Gilgit city took about one and half hour on a perfectly laid down NHA macadamized road, meandering through the craggy and leviathan like mountains with all shapes, sizes and shades hugging each other and certainly holding back the untold stories of yonder past when the caravans used to tread the old Silk Route (Shahrah e Raisham), stretches of which are still visible running parallel at the feet of mountainous region on the opposite side of the modern day route.
The first macadamized road in the United States was the