travelator

travelator
A moving walkway; a slow conveyor belt that transports people horizontally or on an incline in a similar manner to an escalator.
See Also: escalator

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  • travelator — UK [ˈtrævəˌleɪtə(r)] US [ˈtrævəˌleɪtər] a British spelling of travolator Thesaurus: stairways, ladders and liftshyponym * * * travel(l)ator see Travolator …   Useful english dictionary

  • Travelator — À la différence du trottoir roulant qui est toujours horizontal, le travelator, dont la mécanique est plus complexe que celle du trottoir roulant, permet le déplacement sur des plans inclinés. Le travelator nécessite un plus grand espace que l… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • travelator — trav|el|a|tor [ˈtrævəleıtə US ər] n another spelling of ↑travolator …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • travelator — trav|e|la|tor [ trævə,leıtər ] a British spelling of travolator …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • travelator — n. travolator, slow speed mechanical moving walkway or moving sidewalk for pedestrians (often used in airports and metro stations) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • travelator — [ travəleɪtə] (also travolator) noun a moving walkway, typically at an airport. Origin 1950s: from travel, suggested by escalator …   English new terms dictionary

  • travelator — noun (C) another spelling of travolator …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • travelator — UK [ˈtrævəˌleɪtə(r)] / US [ˈtrævəˌleɪtər] travolator …   English dictionary

  • travelator — /ˈtrævəleɪtə/ (say travuhlaytuh) noun a moving footpath, especially for carrying passengers and luggage, as at an airport, parking station, etc. Also, travellator. {travel + (escal)ator} …  

  • Chennai Airport Flyover–Travelator — Chennai Airport Flyover Travelator Type Flyover Travelator Locale Chennai, India Built By Airports Authority of India Distance 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) Direction One way traffic The Chennai Airport Flyover Tr …   Wikipedia

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