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tar·mac·ad·am

 (tär′mə-kăd′əm)
n.
A pavement consisting of layers of crushed stone with a tar binder pressed to a smooth surface.
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tarmacadam

(ˌtɑːməˈkædəm)
n
(Civil Engineering) the full form of tarmac1
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tar•mac•ad•am

(ˈtɑr məˌkæd əm)

n.
a paving material consisting of coarse crushed stone covered with tar and bitumen.
[1880–85]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tarmacadam - a paving material of tar and broken stone; mixed in a factory and shaped during paving
paving, paving material, pavement - material used to pave an area
2.tarmacadam - a paved surface having compressed layers of broken rocks held together with tartarmacadam - a paved surface having compressed layers of broken rocks held together with tar
paved surface - a level horizontal surface covered with paving material
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Translations
حَصْباء مع قُطْران لِرَصْف الطُّرُق
dehtový makadam
tjærebeton
malbik, slitlag
dechtový macadam
katranlı mıcır

tarmacadam

nMakadam m
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tarmac

(ˈtaːmӕk) noun
the surface of a road, runway at an airport etc. The plane was waiting on the tarmac.
tarmacadam (taːməˈkӕdəm) noun
a mixture of small stones and tar used for road surfaces etc.
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