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gravier m (plural graviers)
- gravel (small fragments of rock) [from mid-11th century]
- (specifically) crushed rocks between 5 and 40 mm in diameter (used on unpaved roads, in gardens to increase drainage, etc.)
- (archaic) gravel, kidney stones, gallstones
- (Newfoundland) beach woman, shoreman (individual who spreads out and dries cod on a (gravel) beach)
- “gravier” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).