a brand of bituminous binder, similar to tarmacadam, for surfacing roads, airport runways, parking areas, etc.
(lowercase) a road, airport runway, parking area, etc., paved with Tarmac, tarmacadam, or a layer of tar.
(lowercase) a layer or covering of Tarmac, tarmacadam, or tar.
a paving material that consists of crushed stone rolled and bound with a mixture of tar and bitumen, esp as formerly used for a road, airport runway, etc Full name tarmacadam (ˌtɑːməˈkædəm) See also macadam
the tarmac, a runway at an airport: on the tarmac at Nairobi airport
verb -macs, -macking, -macked
(transitive) (usually not capital) to apply tarmac to
noun 1. a paving material consisting of coarse crushed stone covered with a mixture of tar and bitumen.
noun 1. a small mountain lake or pool, especially one in a cirque. noun 1. a department in S France. 2232 sq. mi. (5780 sq. km). Capital: Albi. noun 1. a small mountain lake or pool noun 1. a department of S France, in Midi-Pyrénées region. Capital: Albi. Pop: 350 477 (2003 est). Area: 5780 […]
adjective 1. (prenominal) damned adverb 2. (intensifier): tarnal lucky!
interjection 1. damnation. noun 2. damnation; hell (used as a euphemism): Where in tarnation is that boy? adverb 3. damned. noun 1. a euphemism for damnation tarfu