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paver

[′pāv·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
Any of several machines which, moving along the road, carry and lay paving material.
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Paver

A paving stone, brick or tile.
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paver

2. A half-thickness paving brick, used as a floor finish.
3. A self-propelled machine that places concrete.
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