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piéton

, ne  
      nm/f   pedestrian
      adj  
[rue, zone]  
pedestrian    modif  , pedestrianized
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
piéton n.
pedestrian

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
exp.
hands-free kit
n.
pedestrian crossing
n.
crosswalk
n.
pedestrian bridge
n.
pedestrian
n.
pedestrian area
[Tech.]
n.
pedestrian-crossing light
adv.
in the middle of the pedestrian street
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'piéton' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
adj.
piéton
n.
piéton
n.
piéton
n.
piétons
n.
piéton indiscipliné
n.
passage piéton surélevé
n.
rue piétonne
n.
zone piétonne
n.
feu pour piétons
exp.
une rue piétonne
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"piéton": examples and translations in context
Le piéton marche sur un plateau amovible et active une source de vide. The pedestrian steps upon a removable tray and activates a vacuum source.
Avis aux Médias - Inauguration du passage piéton sous la rue Grafton Media Advisory - Official Opening of the Grafton Street Pedestrian Pedway
Ici, l'objet jaune est un piéton qui traverse devant nous. So here the yellow box is a pedestrian crossing in front of us.
J’ai particulièrement apprécié le centre ville, entièrement piéton. I particularly enjoyed the pedestrian town centre.
l’utilisation de la distance de projection du piéton pour calculer la vitesse du véhicule. Pedestrian throw distances to determine the velocity of the vehicle
Obligation du piéton ou de la personne en fauteuil roulant Duty of pedestrian or person in wheelchair
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