vianant

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EtymologyEdit

From older viandant, from Latin viāns (travelling), possibly influenced by anar (to go).

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NounEdit

vianant m or f (plural vianants)

  1. pedestrian
    • 2019 May 28, Gemma Garrido Granger, “Vianants ‘zombis’, la nova amenaça viària mundial”, in Ara[1]:
      Segons un estudi del British Medical Journal, un terç dels vianants caminen distrets i amb els ulls fixos a la pantalla del telèfon.
      According to a study from the British Medical Journal, a third of pedestrians walk while distracted and with their eyes fixed on the screen of their phone.

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