pedestrian

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin pedestri-, from pedester.

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  • IPA(key): /pəˈdɛst.ɹi.ən/

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pedestrian ‎(comparative more pedestrian, superlative most pedestrian)

  1. (not comparable) Of or intended for those who are walking.
    pedestrian crossing
  2. (comparable) Ordinary, dull; everyday; unexceptional.
    His manner of dress was pedestrian but tidy.
    • 2016 June 11, Phil McNulty, “England 1-1 Russia”, in BBC Sport[1]:
      England were hugely impressive in the first half in particular, when their supporters inside this magnificent bowl at Stade Velodrome roared their approval as Russia were pressed into submission and made to look pedestrian.

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Noun[edit]

pedestrian ‎(plural pedestrians)

  1. Somebody walking rather than using a vehicle; somebody traveling on foot on or near a roadway.

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