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stroll

verb [I] uk   /strəʊl/ us    /stroʊl/
C1 to walk in a slow, relaxed manner, especially for pleasure: We could stroll into town if you like.
stroll
noun [C] uk   us  
The whole family was enjoying a leisurely stroll in the sunshine.
Translations of “stroll”
in Spanish pasear(se), deambular, dar una vuelta…
in Arabic يَتَمَشّى, يَتجَوّل…
in Korean 산책하다…
in Portuguese passear, dar uma volta…
in French se promener…
in German schlendern…
in Catalan passejar, fer un volt…
in Japanese (ゆったりと)散歩する, そぞろ歩きをする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 散步,溜达…
in Chinese (Traditional) 散步,蹓躂…
in Italian passeggiare…
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