- IPA: /pəˈdɛst.ɹi.ən/
- (not comparable) Of or intended for those who are walking.
- pedestrian crossing
- pedestrian zone
- (comparable, figurative) Ordinary, dull; everyday; unexceptional.
- Synonyms: Thesaurus:common
- His manner of dress was pedestrian but tidy.
- a pedestrian life
- (dance) Pertaining to ordinary, everyday movements incorporated in postmodern dance.
- The choreographer prefers pedestrian movements.
- French: piéton, piétonnier, pédestre
- German: Fußgänger-, fußgänger-, Fuß-, fuß-, Geh-, geh-
- Italian: pedonale
- Portuguese: pedestre, pedonal
- Russian: пе́ший
- Spanish: peatonal
- French: banal, ordinaire, bateau
- German: umständlich, nüchtern, schwunglos, prosaisch, erdgebunden
- Portuguese: prosaico, comum
- Russian: обы́чный
- Spanish: común, prosaico, banal, pedestre, vulgar
pedestrian (plural pedestrians)
- A walker; one who walks or goes on foot, especially as opposed to one who uses a vehicle.
- Synonyms: footer, footgoer, footfarer
- (dated) Specifically, an expert or professional walker or runner; one who performs feats of walking or running.
- footman (archaic)
- French: piéton, piétonne
- German: Fußgänger, Fußgängerin, (Austrian) Fußgeher, (Austrian) Fußgeherin, Passant, Passantin
- Italian: pedone, passante, viandante
- Portuguese: peão, pedestre
- Russian: пешехо́д
- Spanish: peatón, viandante