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passengernoun [C]

uk   /ˈpæs.ən.dʒər/  us   /-dʒɚ/
A2 a person who is travelling in a vehicle but is not driving it, flying it, or working on it: airline/rail/train/car passengerspassenger train a train carrying people rather than goods: Two passenger trains were involved in the accident.
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in Arabic راكِب…
in Korean 승객…
in Malaysian penumpang…
in French (de) passager/-ère…
in Turkish yolcu…
in Italian passeggero, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 乘客,旅客…
in Russian пассажир…
in Polish pasażer/ka…
in Vietnamese hành khách…
in Spanish pasajero…
in Portuguese passageiro, -a…
in Thai ผู้โดยสาร…
in German der Passagier, Passagier-……
in Catalan passatger, -a…
in Japanese 乗客…
in Indonesian penumpang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 乘客,旅客…
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