verb (used without object), pe·des·tri·an·ized, pe·des·tri·an·iz·ing.
to go on foot; walk.
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- pedestal table,
- pedestrian crossing,
Also especially British, pe·des·tri·an·ise.
Origin of pedestrianize
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(tr) to convert (a street) into an area for the use of pedestrians only, by excluding all motor vehicles
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