Middle English pavenfrom Old French paverfrom Latin pavīreto beat, tread downpau-2 in Indo-European roots
thing to pave the way.
But in the 13th century the Venetians began to pave the more frequented streets with brick.
The first care of the new pope was to pave the way for the restoration of peace with Russia and the German Empire, and it was owing to his patience, persistence and energy that these efforts for peace were crowned with success.
the inclusion of the Transvaal in the South Africa customs union), had endeavoured to pave the way for federation.
The foundation of the capital would pave the way for the belief that the national god had taken a permanent dwelling-place in the royal seat.