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crosswalk

noun [C] uk   /ˈkrɒs.wɔːk/  us   /ˈkrɑːs.wɑːk/ US (UK zebra crossing)
a place on a road, especially one where there is a lot of traffic, across which wide, black and white lines are painted, and at which vehicles must stop to allow people to walk across the road
Translations of “crosswalk”
in Korean 건널목…
in Arabic عُبور المُشاة…
in Portuguese travessia de pedestre…
in Catalan pas de vianants…
in Japanese (歩行者優先)横断歩道…
in Italian attraversamento pedonale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人行橫道…
in Russian переход (через улицу)…
in Turkish yaya geçidi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人行横道…
in Polish przejście (dla pieszych)…
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