zebra pedestrian crossing 8 realizations
ACCEPTED Realization 1
Type Polysemy
Language Burmese
Lexeme мьѝ̀нджà
Meaning 1 zebra
Direction
Meaning 2 pedestrian crossing
Reference Novikov et al. 1976: 1976, 436
Comment the dictionary cites them as homonyms
ACCEPTED Realization 2
Type Derivation
Language Catalan
Lexeme 1 zebra
Lexeme 2 pas de zebra
Meaning 1 zebra
Direction
Meaning 2 pedestrian crossing
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ACCEPTED Realization 3
Type Derivation
Language Dutch
Lexeme 1 zebra
Lexeme 2 zebrapad
Meaning 1 zebra
Direction
Meaning 2 pedestrian crossing Het zebrapad ontleent zijn naam aan zijn patroon van witte en zwarte stroken, dat doet denken aan een zebra.
The pedestrian crossing takes its name from its pattern of white and black strips, reminiscent of a zebra.
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ACCEPTED Realization 4
Type Derivation
Language English
Lexeme 1 zebra
Lexeme 2 zebra crossing
Meaning 1 zebra
Direction
Meaning 2 (British) pedestrian crossing The regulations imposed an absolute duty on drivers to give precedence to pedestrians on zebra crossings
Reference ODE
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ACCEPTED Realization 5
Type Polysemy
Language Italian
Lexeme zebra
Meaning 1 zebra
Direction
Meaning 2 pedestiran crossing
Reference De Mauro
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ACCEPTED Realization 6
Type Polysemy
Language Macedonian
Lexeme зебра
Meaning 1 zebra Зебрата често станува плен на лавот.
The zebra often becomes the prey of the lion.
Direction
Meaning 2 pedestrian crossing Возачите треба особено да внимаваат на зебрите околу училиштата.
Drivers should pay special attention to zebras around schools.
Reference ODRMJ
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ACCEPTED Realization 7
Type Polysemy
Language Russian
Lexeme зебра (zebra)
Meaning 1 zebra
Direction
Meaning 2 pedestrian crossing На нерегулируемом пешеходном переходе зебра предоставляет пешеходам преимущество (приоритет) при пересечении проезжей части по отношению к другим участникам движения.
At an unregulated pedestrian crossing, a zebra gives pedestrians an advantage (priority) when crossing the carriageway in relation to other road users.
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ACCEPTED Realization 8
Type Derivation
Language Spanish
Lexeme 1 cebra
Lexeme 2 paso de cebra
Meaning 1 zebra
Direction
Meaning 2 pedestrian crossing El paso de cebra fue primero utilizado (tras algunos experimentos aislados) en 1000 sitios en el Reino Unido en 1949 (siendo la forma original alternativamente rayas azules y amarillas) y una medida de 1951 los introdujo por ley.
Zebra crossing was first used (after some isolated experiments) at 1000 sites in the UK in 1949 (the original form being alternately blue and yellow stripes) and a 1951 measure introduced them by law.
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