Hard-surface



[hahrd-sur-fis] /ˈhɑrdˈsɜr fɪs/

verb (used with object), hard-surfaced, hard-surfacing.
1.
to make the surface of (something) hard or firm, as by compacting or paving it:
to hard-surface a parking area.

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