Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pedestrian"

The meaning of "Pedestrian" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does pedestrian mean?
A: Depending on the context of the sentence it can mean different things.
More commonly the word "pedestrian" is referring to "people"
For example: When driving a car you might say, "Watch out for pedestrians."
Another meaning for "Pedestrian" could be "basic, average, lackluster"
For example: If you were out shopping, and didn't like a item, you could say "That is so pedestrian."
When you use it that way it's almost like saying that whatever you just called pedestrian is beneath you.
Q: What does pedestrian
mean?
A: In areas where there are cars, people who are travelling by foot are called pedestrians.

Example: "Be careful of the pedestrians when you're making a right turn on this street."

Example sentences using "Pedestrian"

Q: Please show me example sentences with pedestrian.
A: There are a lot of pedestrians walking in the middle if the street!

The cars only stop at designated pedestrian crossings.

He used to be a exciting designer, but his latest collections have been very pedestrian
Q: Please show me example sentences with pedestrian.
A:
Pedestrian can be a noun or an adjective.

① Pedestrian (noun) = 歩行者
Example: Two pedestrians were injured when the car skidded. (車が横になったときに2人の歩行者が負傷した。)

② Pedestrian (adj) = 単調な
Example: Life in the suburbs is pretty pedestrian. (郊外での生活はかなり単調です。)
Q: Please show me example sentences with pedestrian.
A: Some useful slang would be the phrase: "X is a bit pedestrian" where X can be a noun or verb you find commonplace and boring.

Synonyms of "Pedestrian" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between pedestrian and passenger ?
A: A pedestrian is someone who is walking on the street. Passenger is someone who is traveling in a vehicle, train, plane, ship, etc.. but is not driving it “Watch out, there’s a pedestrian right there,” said the passenger.
Q: What is the difference between pedestrian and walker ?
A: usually we don’t use the term walker to refer to people, a walker could be a term for a metal brace-stand old people use to help them walk. Or a street-walker can mean prostitute.
In general, it’s pedestrian.
Q: What is the difference between pedestrian and walker ?
A: I would use the word pedestrian when a person is walking across the street where there are traffic signals.
The driver in the yellow car yielded to the pedestrian to use the crosswalk safely.

Walker would describe a person who isn’t taking a vehicle.
My son does not take the school bus home because he is a walker.

There are other meanings for pedestrian and walker.

A person who has trouble walking uses a walker because it is more sturdy than a cane.

Pedestrian also can mean commonplace. Henry’s sentences are too pedestrian.
Q: What is the difference between (pedestrian crossing) and (zebra crossing) ?
A: Basically the same thing. I think a zebra cross is when there are black and white lines painted on the floor.... but not all pedestrian crossings have that

Translations of "Pedestrian"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? đường sách (pedestrian zone with a lots of book store)
A: English has no word for that.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? pedestrian
A: You can listen to the word "pedestrian" on the Oxford Learner's Dictionary.
https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/us/definition/english/pedestrian_1?q=pedestrian
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pedestrian
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pedestrian
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pedestrian
A: Hope this helps!

Other questions about "Pedestrian"

Q: A few pedestrians carrying their evening shopping sheltered from the rain in doorways. Does this sound natural?
A: A few pedestrians shopping in the evening. They shelter themselves from the rain under door ways.
Q: ”I want you to tell me how you ask pedestrians to take detour because of some construction in really polite way when you were in charge of the work.” Does this sound natural?
A: In speech I would say. "I recommend you avoid area X due to construction and take detour Y. If you were posting a sign. "construction ahead, please take detour Y."
Q: While I was walking, pedestrians overtaked me and said, "Good morning! Great on your tail!"(I think one of them said that.
What does "Great on your tail" mean?
A: Great on your tailはおそらく聞き間違いですね。意味がありません。

発音的に近いフレーズを考えてみたんですけど、なかなか思いつきません。
Q: There is a pedestrian street one block down from the house, called “Blai”, and it is plenty of cafes where you can wait in the meantime. Does this sound natural?
A: This would be a better way to say it "There is a sidewalk one block down from a house. It has lots of cafes where you can wait."
Q: I want them to make a pedestrian traffic light here on this crosswalk. Does this sound natural?
A: You can also call it a "Pedestrian crosswalk." That's what I usually say. The meaning of a traffic light is still understood.

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