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moving pavement

Line breaks: mov¦ing pave|ment

Definition of moving pavement in English:

noun

A mechanism resembling a conveyor belt for pedestrians in a place such as an airport.
Example sentences
  • If you have moving sidewalks and music and lights, it makes it a fun experience and you forget that you have a 700-foot walk.
  • Instead, the committee agreed to look into a ‘moving pavement’ for the ground floor and the possibility of opening up an old entrance on the Garnett Street side of the building.
  • At four and a half I'd have thought my twin sons deserved a smidge of independence - and so allowed them onto the moving pavement at Deep Sea World while I loitered at the non-moving bit.

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