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Definición de “lollipop man/lady” en inglés

lollipop man/lady

noun [C] uk   UK informal us  
a person who helps children to cross the road near a school by standing in the middle of the road and holding up a stick with a sign on it that means that the traffic must stop
(Definition of lollipop man/lady from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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