lollipop lady


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Noun1.lollipop lady - a woman hired to help children cross a road safely near a schoollollipop lady - a woman hired to help children cross a road safely near a school
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
crossing guard - someone who helps people (especially children) at a traffic crossing
Translations

lollipop lady

n (Brit inf) → ˜ Schülerlotsin f
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A CHERISHED lollipop lady could be moved when a new crossing is complete in Nuneaton.
BRITAIN'S oldest punk rocker is still wowing crowds at the age of 88 after turning her back on life as a lollipop lady.
Today would have marked 28 years since Bernie first began working on the crossing as a Lollipop Lady.
FOR more than 40 years, lollipop lady Nora Earl has made sure children in Gates-head get to school safely.
FOR more than 40 years lollipop lady Nora Earl has made sure children in Gateshead get to school safely.
An 80-year-old lollipop lady who worked right up until the day she died was "loved by all the kids" that knew her.
This week's winner of our Say it with Flowers competition is Wishaw supernanny and lollipop lady Sandra Lees.
FOLLOWING the annual tradition of honouring local community heroes, this year's Garden Quarter Christmas lights will be switched on this Friday by much loved lollipop lady Jennifer Challinor.
HUNDREDS of people have paid a special tribute to a lollipop lady who walked nearly every member of her village to school.
POLICE are hunting two "despicable" thugs who robbed a lollipop lady at knifepoint.
It occurred to me the lollipop lady, who waves generously to motorists as they pass and thanks those she's asked to stop for doing so is - as well as being an all round good egg - a wonderful metaphor.