Category:Kerbs

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bordillo (es); Borsztajn (szl); Bordeure (vls); vorada (ca); zintarri (eu); bordure (fr); curb (en-ca); Бортовой камень (ru); אבן שפה (he); Bordstein (de); meio-fio (pt); kerb (en-gb); 갓돌 (ko); 马路牙子 (zh); kantsten (da); bordură (ro); 縁石 (ja); cordolo (it); कोर (hi); kantsten (sv); kantstein (nn); kantstein (nb); trottoirband (nl); krawężnik (pl); 马路牙子 (zh-cn); Бортовий камінь (uk); reunakiveys (fi); curb (en); trotuarrandaĵo (eo); obrubník (cs); Vỉa hè (vi) lugar de unión entre la acera transitable por peatones y la calzada transitable por vehículos (es); oppgang som delar av ulike område (nn); forhøyning som deler av ulike områder (nb); verhoogde grensrand in arduin of cementblokken als scheiding tussen rijbaan en trottoir (nl); Randeinfassung von Verkehrsflächen (de); edge where a sidewalk meets a road (en); edge where a pavement meets a road (en-gb); 人行道与路面相遇的边缘 (zh); elemento costruttivo degli edifici (it) Randstein, Kantstein (de); 道牙子, 马路崖子, 路肩石, 路缘, 路沿, 路牙, 路緣石 (zh); bordure (route) (fr); kerb, curbstone (en); Curb (en-gb); kerb (en-ca); fortauskant, banekant (nb); boordsteen, stoeprand, trottoirstootband, borduur (in Vlaanderen) (nl)
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English: Kerbs (Australian/British/New Zealand English) or curbs (American/Canadian English) separate streets, roads, and other vehicular routes from sidewalks, planting beds, bikeways, separated lanes, and other road and landscape elements.
Русский: Поребрик

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Media in category "Kerbs"

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