crosswalk美 [ˈkrɒswɔːk] 英
用法解析— see alsozebra crossing
a part of a road where vehicles must stop to allow people to cross— see alsopedestrian crossing
行人穿越道; 人行横道; 斑马线
a place marked on a street where pedestrians can cross the street safely
She cleaned the crosswalk on both sides of the street five times in the past few days, she said.
Typical for China is the crosswalk show, where a pair of comedians entertains the audience with word play.
At the corner, Suchen paused, waiting for Walter to step into the crosswalk first so that she could choose another direction.
A buddy of mine was in his car, stopped at a stoplight, staring at a hot woman walking through the crosswalk.
When a vehicle approaches a crosswalk, the driver should observe the movement of pedestrians and non-motorized vehicles before passing.
A Miami Beach police report says a pedestrian struck and killed by Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donty Stallworth was not in a crosswalk.
There is no crosswalk, and should be straight through, they are not allowed near the vehicle suddenly crossed.
Mr. Clean crosswalk advertising, showing a cleaner white where the brand logo is placed in comparison to the others.
This crosswalk reminds me of the Beatles' album Abbey Road.
As we were driving back, stopped at a crosswalk, a pedestrian crossed in front of us with an umbrella.