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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
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