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[kurb-sahyd] /ˈkɜrbˌsaɪd/
a side of a pavement or street bordered by a curb.
being adjacent to a curb:
The car's curbside door is stuck.
Origin of curbside
1945-50; curb + side1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • They make it easy for people to get in and out of automobiles parked curbside without mashing your plants.
  • We can recycle them in our curbside mixed recycling bin, and some of our nurseries take back the bigger ones.
  • From a persuasive essay making an argument for curbside recycling.
  • Instead there are millions of cars trailing oil roads, and weekend mechanics pouring cans into curbside drains.
  • You'd see them paired off on recycling day, scrounging through the green bins left curbside.
  • The car could drop off the user curbside and then park itself.
  • Many curbside programs allow you to recycle paper and plastic in the same bin.
  • If you opt for municipal curbside pick-up or use a municipal drop-off center, you probably won't get cash for your aluminum cans.
  • Visit your city's or county's official website or call for information about municipal curbside pickup.
  • For example, some may offer curbside recycling, while others may have central drop-off facilities.

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