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gad about/around (somewhere)

UK old-fashioned
phrasal verb with gad uk   us   /ɡæd/ verb (-dd-)
to visit or travel to a lot of different places, enjoying yourself and not worrying about other things you should be doing: We spent the weekend gadding about London and generally enjoying ourselves.
Translations of “gad about/around (somewhere)”
in Chinese (Traditional) 遊蕩, 閒逛, 遊玩…
in Chinese (Simplified) 游荡, 闲逛, 游玩…
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