Definition of pedway in English:

pedway

Line breaks: ped¦way
Pronunciation: /ˈpɛdweɪ
 
/

noun

chiefly North American
A footway built for pedestrians in an urban area: walk to the shopping centre through our convenient pedways
More example sentences
  • Any of the pedways connecting the buildings of the city-centre campus come equipped with a variety of cushioned benches, which provide comfort before, during, or after class.
  • The other nine exhibits are dispersed throughout the Arts District and will only be displayed until July 2 - all are accessible via the pedways.

Origin

1960s: from pedestrian + way.

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