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black·top

 (blăk′tŏp′)
n.
A bituminous material, such as asphalt, used to pave roads.
tr.v. black·topped, black·top·ping, black·tops
To pave with a bituminous material.

blacktop

(ˈblækˌtɒp)
n
1. a bituminous mixture used for paving
2. a road paved with this mixture

black•top

(ˈblækˌtɒp)

n., v. -topped, -top•ping. n.
1. a bituminous paving substance, as asphalt.
2. a road covered with blacktop.
v.t.
3. to pave with blacktop.
[1930–35, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blacktop - a black bituminous material used for paving roads or other areasblacktop - a black bituminous material used for paving roads or other areas; usually spread over crushed rock
paving, paving material, pavement - material used to pave an area
Verb1.blacktop - coat with blacktopblacktop - coat with blacktop; "blacktop the driveway"
coat, surface - put a coat on; cover the surface of; furnish with a surface; "coat the cake with chocolate"
Translations
asfalt
tjærebeton
asfaltti
asfalt sa šljunkom
タールマカダム
타맥
asfalt
ยางมะตอย
tarmac

blacktop

[ˈblæktɒp] (US)
A. N (= substance, road) → asfalto m
B. VTasfaltar

blacktop

[ˈblæktɒp] n (US) (= tarmac) → bitume m

blacktop

طريق أَسْفَلْتي asfalt tjærebeton Asphalt καλντερίμι asfalto asfaltti macadam asfalt sa šljunkom asfalto タールマカダム 타맥 tarmac grovt asfaltdekke asfalt asfalto дегтебетон asfalt ยางมะตอย asfalt tarmac 沥青碎石路面
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