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pedestriannoun [C]

 us   /pəˈdes·tri·ən/
  • pedestrian noun [C] (WALKER)

a ​person who is ​walking, esp. in an ​area where ​vehicles go: Bicyclists and pedestrians use the ​path.

pedestrianadjective

 us   /pəˈdes·tri·ən/
  • pedestrian adjective (NOT INTERESTING)

showing little ​imagination; not ​interesting: The ​lyrics are ​pretty pedestrian.
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"pedestrian" in British English

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pedestriannoun [C]

uk   /pəˈdes.tri.ən/  us   /pəˈdes.tri.ən/

pedestrianadjective

uk   /pəˈdes.tri.ən/  us   /pəˈdes.tri.ən/ formal disapproving
(Definition of pedestrian from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “pedestrian”
in Korean 보행자…
in Arabic ماشٍ…
in Malaysian pejalan kaki…
in French piéton/-onne…
in Russian пешеход…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行人,步行者…
in Italian pedone…
in Turkish yaya…
in Polish pieszy…
in Spanish peatón…
in Vietnamese khách bộ hành…
in Portuguese pedestre…
in Thai คนเดินถนน…
in German der/die Fußgänger(in)…
in Catalan vianant…
in Japanese 歩行者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行人,步行者…
in Indonesian pejalan kaki…
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