gravillon

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Ca. 1571. From grave, gravier (grit).

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Particularly: “check, expand, see fr:gravier

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gravillon m (plural gravillons)

  1. fine grit, grains of stone of between six and twenty millimeters diameter.
    Couvrir les allées de gravillons c'est économique mais cela demande de l'entretien.
    Covering the lanes with grit is cheap, but it demands maintenance.

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