Definition of pedal pusher in English:

pedal pusher

Syllabification: ped·al push·er
Pronunciation: /ˈpedl ˌpo͝oSHər
 
/

noun

1 (pedal pushers) Women’s calf-length pants.
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  • Pencil skirts, pedal pushers (with black vinyl bottoms on a mock croc print), catsuits and zipped jackets combine to form a strong urban theme.
  • She's wearing pedal pushers and a blue tube top with a sack stuck to the front.
  • She was wearing a rather swishy pair of pedal pushers and a pink hoodie.
2 informal A cyclist.
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  • Like the rest of us they thought this pedal pusher would eventually burn himself out early in the race.
  • And before all you ramblers, horse riders, and pedal pushers complain, I say give us a break.
  • All right pedal pushers, we know you're interested in this.

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