pedestrian

pedestrian
pi'destriən
1. noun
(a person who travels on foot: Three pedestrians were hit by the car.) peatón

2. adjective
(ordinary; rather boring or unexciting: a pedestrian account.) pedestre
pedestrian n peatón
pedestrian
tr[pə'destrɪən]
noun
1 peatón,-ona
adjective
1 (dull) pedestre
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
pedestrian crossing paso de peatones
pedestrian precinct zona peatonal
pedestrian [pə'dɛstriən] adj
1) commonplace: pedestre, ordinario
2) : de peatón
pedestrian crossing: paso de peatones
pedestrian n
: peatón m, -tona f
pedestrian
adj.
de peatones adj.
ordinario, -a adj.
peatón, -ona adj.
pedestre adj.
vulgar adj.
n.
paseante s.m.
peatón s.m.
peón s.m.

I pə'destriən, pɪ'destriən
noun peatón, -tona m,f; (before n)

pedestrian crossing — paso m de peatones

pedestrian mall o (BrE) precinct — zona f peatonal


II
adjective pedestre
[pɪ'destrɪǝn]
1.
N peatón(-ona) m / f
2.
ADJ (=dull, commonplace) [style, speech] prosaico, pedestre
3.
CPD

pedestrian area N= pedestrian precinct

pedestrian crossing N(Brit) paso m de peatones

pedestrian mall N (US) , pedestrian precinct N(Brit) zona f peatonal

pedestrian traffic N — circulación f de peatones

pedestrian zone N(US) zone f peatonal

* * *

I [pə'destriən, pɪ'destriən]
noun peatón, -tona m,f; (before n)

pedestrian crossing — paso m de peatones

pedestrian mall o (BrE) precinct — zona f peatonal


II
adjective pedestre

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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