pedestrianized


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pe·des·tri·an·ize

 (pĭ-dĕs′trē-ə-nīz′)
tr.v. pe·des·tri·an·ized, pe·des·tri·an·iz·ing, pe·des·tri·an·iz·es
To convert (a street) into a mall or pedestrian walkway.

pe·des′tri·an·i·za′tion (-ə-nĭ-zā′shən) n.

pedestrianized

(pɪˈdɛstrɪəˌnaɪzd) or

pedestrianised

adj
(Civil Engineering) (of a street, area, etc) converted into an area for the use of pedestrians only, by excluding all motor vehicles
Translations
změněný na pěší zónu
forbeholdt fodgængere
kävelyalueeksi muutettu
pretvoren u pješačku zonu
歩行者専用になった
보행자 전용의
omgjord till gågata
ที่สำหรับคนเดินโดยไม่มีรถ
chỉ dành cho người đi bộ

pedestrianized

[pəˈdɛstriənaɪzd] pedestrianised (British) adj
a pedestrianized street → une rue piétonnepedestrian mall n (US)zone f piétonnepedestrian precinct (British) pedestrian zone (US) nzone f piétonnepedestrian traffic npassage m des piétons

pedestrianized

مُحَوِّل إِلَى مِنْطَقَةِ مَشَاةٍ změněný na pěší zónu forbeholdt fodgængere in eine Fußgängerzone umwandeln πεζοδρομημένος convertido en zona peatonal, peatonalizado kävelyalueeksi muutettu piétonnier pretvoren u pješačku zonu per pedoni 歩行者専用になった 보행자 전용의 verkeersvrij gjort om til gågate zamknięty dla ruchu kołowego convertido em calçadão, pedonal пешеходный omgjord till gågata ที่สำหรับคนเดินโดยไม่มีรถ yayalara ayrılmış chỉ dành cho người đi bộ 行人专用区的
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