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pedestrian precinctnoun [C]

uk   /pəˌdes.tri.ən ˈpriː.sɪŋkt/  us   /pəˌdes.tri.ən ˈpriː.sɪŋkt/ UK (US pedestrian mall)
a ​shoppingarea in a ​town where ​vehicles are not ​allowed
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in Chinese (Simplified) 步行区,行人专用区…
in Chinese (Traditional) 徒步區,行人專用區…
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