pedestrianize

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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.

pedestrianize

(pɪˈdɛstrɪəˌnaɪz) or

pedestrianise

vb
(Civil Engineering) (tr) to convert (a street) into an area for the use of pedestrians only, by excluding all motor vehicles
peˌdestrianiˈzation, peˌdestrianiˈsation n

pedestrianize


Past participle: pedestrianized
Gerund: pedestrianizing

Imperative
pedestrianize
pedestrianize
Present
I pedestrianize
you pedestrianize
he/she/it pedestrianizes
we pedestrianize
you pedestrianize
they pedestrianize
Preterite
I pedestrianized
you pedestrianized
he/she/it pedestrianized
we pedestrianized
you pedestrianized
they pedestrianized
Present Continuous
I am pedestrianizing
you are pedestrianizing
he/she/it is pedestrianizing
we are pedestrianizing
you are pedestrianizing
they are pedestrianizing
Present Perfect
I have pedestrianized
you have pedestrianized
he/she/it has pedestrianized
we have pedestrianized
you have pedestrianized
they have pedestrianized
Past Continuous
I was pedestrianizing
you were pedestrianizing
he/she/it was pedestrianizing
we were pedestrianizing
you were pedestrianizing
they were pedestrianizing
Past Perfect
I had pedestrianized
you had pedestrianized
he/she/it had pedestrianized
we had pedestrianized
you had pedestrianized
they had pedestrianized
Future
I will pedestrianize
you will pedestrianize
he/she/it will pedestrianize
we will pedestrianize
you will pedestrianize
they will pedestrianize
Future Perfect
I will have pedestrianized
you will have pedestrianized
he/she/it will have pedestrianized
we will have pedestrianized
you will have pedestrianized
they will have pedestrianized
Future Continuous
I will be pedestrianizing
you will be pedestrianizing
he/she/it will be pedestrianizing
we will be pedestrianizing
you will be pedestrianizing
they will be pedestrianizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pedestrianizing
you have been pedestrianizing
he/she/it has been pedestrianizing
we have been pedestrianizing
you have been pedestrianizing
they have been pedestrianizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pedestrianizing
you will have been pedestrianizing
he/she/it will have been pedestrianizing
we will have been pedestrianizing
you will have been pedestrianizing
they will have been pedestrianizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pedestrianizing
you had been pedestrianizing
he/she/it had been pedestrianizing
we had been pedestrianizing
you had been pedestrianizing
they had been pedestrianizing
Conditional
I would pedestrianize
you would pedestrianize
he/she/it would pedestrianize
we would pedestrianize
you would pedestrianize
they would pedestrianize
Past Conditional
I would have pedestrianized
you would have pedestrianized
he/she/it would have pedestrianized
we would have pedestrianized
you would have pedestrianized
they would have pedestrianized
Translations

pedestrianize

[pɪˈdestrɪənaɪz] VTpeatonizar
pedestrianized streetcalle f peatonal

pedestrianize

pedestrianize

[pɪˈdɛstrɪənaɪz] vtpedonalizzare
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A statement from the municipality said the decision to pedestrianise Ayia Mavri and the centre followed the recommendations and views of shop and club owners, and other parties, during recent meetings with Mayor Yiannis Karousos.
Clr Peter McBride has an aim to pedestrianise the town centres.
When, oh when, is the city council going to get its act together and pedestrianise what is one of the finest streets in the North of England?
Plans are afoot by the Comune di Roma to partly pedestrianise the Piazza Augusto, so unifying museum and mausoleum more intimately
I NOTE Professor and Dr Pollacks' ' letter and I commend them for ensuring that appropriate credit be given to Labour politicians who were involved in recent action concerning the proposal to pedestrianise Taggart Avenue (A wider Battle, ECHO, February 22).
I reckon they should pedestrianise the central main streets and make the buses go around the outskirts of the town and make people walk into town.
Limerick City Council is planning to pedestrianise part of O'Connell Street.
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They propose to spend pounds 1 million on a fantasy scheme to pedestrianise Corporation Street (Mail, April 24).
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