Sunday, 25 September 2011

The Idiom of the Day



a zebra crossing British English


For example:


Meaning: A zebra crossing is a pedestrian crossing that is marked on the road with painted black and white stripes.
  • Visitors to Britain are sometimes confused when they're told there's a zebra crossing up ahead. Some even expect to see a zebra walking across the road.
  • If someone steps onto a zebra crossing, all cars must stop and wait for them to cross the road.


Variety: This idiom is typically used in British English but may be used in other varieties of English too.

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