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Synonyms for pave

pave the way for something or someone


  • prepare (the way) for
  • introduce
  • herald
  • usher in
  • precede
  • clear the way for
  • open the way for
  • lay the foundations for
  • set the scene for
  • be the forerunner of
  • make preparations for
  • work round to
  • do the groundwork for

Words related to pave

a setting with precious stones so closely set that no metal shows

Related Words

cover with a material such as stone or concrete to make suitable for vehicle traffic

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Pavers managing director Stuart Paver said he was very happy to be able to secure the future of hundreds of employees.
Compact pavers have production capacities of 300 tonnes per hour and maximum paving widths of 3.
While PICP remains a hot concrete paver product in the U.
The unique pervious paver is made of recycled porcelain.
VAST pavers come in many colors and patterns, and you can place a custom order.
Pavers England has presence across India in North: Delhi & NCR, Chandigarh, Jalandar, Ludhiana, Amritsar; West: Pune, Mumbai, Ahemdabad; East: Kolkata; South: Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Cochin, Vishakhapatnam.
Available in three standard colours, plus additional special order colours, the pavers are protected against colour fading and property degradation by a proprietary blend of stabilisers in the masterbatch.
Pavers Shoes, founded by Catherine Paver in 1971, is one of the UK's leading comfort footwear specialists, having established a reputation for high quality and value-for-money shoes with a sense of style.
The grass pavers are like sieves that let water seep through to the roots.
The new ABG7820B and ABG8820B pavers provide working widths of between 2.
Home owners interested in constructing a patio will find PAVERS 101 key to understanding how to do it.
For the large pavers, sales were flat as highway spending was strong then.
Members of the Tommy Cooper Society turned out to mark the installation of the latest batch of pavers which make up the walk in Caerphilly, the comic legend's birthplace.
Last summer, for example, I laid 3,500 pavers in our garden paths, wearing down the pads of my fingers until they stung.
Also, since the pavers work with hot equipment and materials, leaders had to ensure that Soldiers did not suffer from heat exhaustion and dehydration.