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promenade

noun [C]  /ˌprɑm·əˈneɪd, -ˈnɑd/ us  
a wide path for walking on, esp. one built next to a sea, lake, or river: We strolled along the promenade.

promenade

verb [I]  /ˌprɑm·əˈneɪd, -ˈnɑd/ dated us  
to walk slowly along a street or path, usually where you can be seen by many people, for relaxation and pleasure
Translations of “promenade”
in Spanish paseo…
in French promenade…
in German die Promenade…
in Chinese (Traditional) 散步場所, (尤指)海濱步道…
in Russian набережная…
in Turkish deniz kıyısında gezinti yolu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 散步场所, (尤指)海滨散步道…
in Polish promenada…
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