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pedestrianize

verb [T] (UK usually pedestrianise) uk   us   /pəˈdes.tri.ə.naɪz/
to make an area into one where vehicles are not allowed to go: They are pedestrianizing the town square.
Translations of “pedestrianize”
in Chinese (Traditional) 使(某一地區)無車輛行駛,使成為行人專用區…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使(某一地区)无车辆行驶,使成为步行区…
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