Translation of passenger in Spanish:

passenger

de pasajeros, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpæsɪndʒər/ /ˈpasɪndʒə/

noun

  • 1

    (in vehicle)
    (train/aircraft) (before noun) de pasajeros
    pasajero masculine
    pasajera feminine
    passenger ferry ferry de pasajeros
    • passenger list lista de pasajeros
    • passenger seat asiento del pasajero
    • The driver and his passengers escaped unhurt when the brick was thrown through a small side window.
    • Long gone are the days when such vehicle and passenger ferries meant basic travel.
    • A passenger escaped serious injury after a bus was attacked on a Keighley estate.
    • The male driver of the hit and run vehicle had a female passenger travelling with him.
    • As the car had landed on the passenger side, the driver was suspended in mid-air by his seat belt.
    • Only three hours after his last drink the pilot flew his passenger jet back to the UK.
    • Sam was in the rear of the car; the driver and one other passenger suffered minor injuries.
    • The man said some passengers asked the driver to slow down but he ignored their pleas.
    • Fire crews used cutting equipment to remove the driver and passenger doors from the Fiat Brava.
    • As well as buying tickets at the machines, passengers can also use travelcards and bus passes.
    • The battles about drivers or airline passengers using mobiles are not trivial.
    • By the greatest good luck no one was hurt, but the driver and his passengers must have been terrified.
    • The spokesman said the safety of the crew and passengers was the company's first priority.
    • Police will also take statements from passengers and crew on board the flight.
    • Officers stopped vehicles if drivers or passengers were not wearing seat belts.
    • The driver and two other passengers were injured and taken to Withybush Hospital.
    • Another passenger said the tram kept on jolting to a stop before the driver told passengers to get off.
    • The council says inconsiderate drivers and their passengers are the main culprits.
    • Train passengers travelling to London this weekend will be hit by a series of disruptions.
    • Police are searching for both men as well as the drivers or passengers in the first car as a matter of urgency.
  • 2British informal

    (sb who doesn't contribute)
    persona que no aporta nada feminine
    (stronger) parásito masculine