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cobbled

  

      adj  
[street, yard]  
pavé (e)     
→ Cottrell strode out across the cobbled courtyard.        
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cobble, cobbler, cobblestone, cob

cobbled adj.
pavé

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
rue pavée
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'cobbled' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
exp.
The streets were cobbled.
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"cobbled": examples and translations in context
In a cobbled passageway near the Bastille, PARIS, Gilles Guerlet and Jérôme Witz have set up their playground. Dans un passage pavé de la Bastille, entre Opéra et galeries d'Art contemporain, Gilles Guerlet et Jérôme Witz ont installé leur cour de ré-création. Musique, théâtre, cinéma : tout est à transposer.
Neither I nor Daniel cobbled our power together with the intention of giving it away. Ni moi ni Daniel traînons ensemble avec l'intention de partager notre pouvoir.
They cobbled this country together with money. On l'a achetée la solidité de ce pays.
We cobbled it together last week. Nous avons troussé ça la semaine dernière.
Somehow, he has cobbled random brain waves into a working mind. Il s'est concocté un esprit qui marche à l'aide d'ondes prises au hasard.
The rue Jérusalem is a picturesque cobbled street lined with old houses connected by covered walkways. La rue Jérusalem est une pittoresque ruelle pavée, bordée de maisons anciennes reliées par des passerelles couvertes.
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