verb (used with object), mac·ad·am·ized, mac·ad·am·iz·ing.
to pave by laying and compacting successive layers of broken stone, often with asphalt or hot tar.
- macapagal arroyo,
- macapagal, diosdado
Also especially British, mac·ad·am·ise.
Origin of macadamize
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(tr) to construct or surface (a road) with macadam
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