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ramble

noun   /ˈræmb·l/
a long walk in the countryside caminata
verb   /ˈræm·bl/
to walk for a long time, especially in the countryside caminar por, entre, etc. We rambled through fields and woods.2981612
( UK also ramble on) to talk for a long time in a boring and often confused way enrollarse He rambled on for hours about his time in the army.
(Definition of ramble from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ramble

verb /ˈrӕmbl/
to go for a long walk or walks, usually in the countryside, for pleasure pasear por el campo; dar una caminata They go rambling at the weekends.
to speak in an aimless or confused way divagar He tends to ramble a bit.
rambler noun
a climbing plant (usually a rose). trepadora
a person who goes walking in the country for pleasure. excursionista
rambling adjective
aimless and confused; not keeping to the topic incoherente, confuso, inconexo a long, rambling speech.
built (as if) without any plan, stretching in various directions sin plan; laberíntico a rambling old house.
(of plants, usually roses) climbing. trepador
ramble on phrasal verb
to talk for a long time in an aimless or confused way divagar I’m not sure what he was rambling on about.
(Definition of ramble from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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