- kerb (n.)
- 1660s, a variant of curb (n.). The preferred British English spelling in certain specialized senses, especially "edging of stone on a pavement" (1805).
- 1. Stewart stepped off the kerb.
- 2. He hit his forehead against the kerb when he fell.
- 3. The driver bumped the kerb while reversing.
- 4. The trees which gave the road its name stood at regular intervals along the kerb.
- 5. Hyde accelerated away from the kerb, swerving out into the middle of the street.
[ kerb 造句 ]