Definition of 'pedestrian crossing'
Example sentences containing 'pedestrian crossing'
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It was at the pedestrian crossing in King Street that Christina saw her, a young woman in a fitted grey coat, pushing a pram. THE GOSPEL MAKERSThe Spreadeagle was along Anglesea Road from the shipyard, on the corner of a lane to a pedestrian crossing over the railway tracks. THE BOOK LADYOn the way to work, he braked sharply at a pedestrian crossing, and on the wet roads the car behind skidded into his rear. GRACE
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Translations for 'pedestrian crossing'
British English: pedestrian crossing /pəˈdɛstrɪən ˈkrɒsɪŋ/ NOUN
A pedestrian crossing is a place where pedestrians can cross a street and where motorists must stop to let them cross.
He was knocked down on a pedestrian crossing.
- American English: pedestrian crossing
- Arabic: مَـمَرٌ خَاصٌ لِعُبُورٍ الْـمُشَاةِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: faixa de pedestres
- Chinese: 行人过道
- Croatian: pješački prijelaz
- Czech: přechod pro chodce
- Danish: fodgængerovergang
- Dutch: zebrapad
- European Spanish: paso de peatones
- Finnish: suojatie
- French: passage piéton
- German: Fußgängerübergang
- Greek: διάβαση πεζών
- Italian: passaggio pedonale
- Japanese: 横断歩道
- Korean: 횡단 보도
- Norwegian: gangfelt
- Polish: przejście dla pieszych
- European Portuguese: passagem para peões
- Romanian: trecere pentru pietoni
- Russian: пешеходный переход
- Spanish: paso peatonal
- Swedish: övergångsställe
- Thai: ทางเดินข้าม
- Turkish: yaya geçidi
- Ukrainian: пішохідний перехід
- Vietnamese: lối qua đường dành cho người đi bộ
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