A strange man was walking back and forth on the pavement.
They cleared the pavement of snow.
on the pavement
It's illegal to park on the pavement.
Jeff had to pound the pavement for three months before he found a job.
He got one hand on the pavement, howling in rage and pain as he flailed for balance.
Whether you pounded the pavement or picked up the phone — (cheers, applause) — whether you held an Obama sign or a Romney sign, you made your voice heard and you made a difference.
Ive seen him sit down on the pavement next to a small boy he didnt even know, who had hurt his kne
Walk on the pavement or you'll get run over.
Baby girl found abandoned on pavement.
With a yell, he rolled back onto the pavement, just in time
Definition the pavement is the slightly raised area at the side of a street where people can walk and where cars are not allowed. The American word is sidewalk
Pedestrians walking on the pavement
You have to ride your bicycle on the road, not on the pavement.
There are many pedestrians on the pavement.
English word "走道"(pavement) occurs in sets:在城市里 - In the city