Entry from British & World English dictionary
A person travelling on foot rather than by car, especially one taking a ferry: escalators carry foot passengers to the gangway
More example sentences
- Green travelled on the same ferry as a foot passenger.
- He arrived at Harwich, Essex, as a foot passenger on the evening ferry from the Hook of Holland.
- According to the appellant's contention a foot passenger crossing in front of a motor car would have a right of action if injured without any negligence of the driver, merely because the car had no red light in the rear.
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Line breaks: foot pas¦sen|ger
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