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Spanish translation of “wander”

wander

verb /ˈwondə/
to go, move, walk etc (about, in or on) from place to place with no definite destination in mind
recorrer; vagar, errar; pasearse sin propósito
I’d like to spend a holiday wandering through France The mother wandered the streets looking for her child.
to go astray or move away from the proper place or home
extraviarse; divagar, viajar
His mind wanders My attention was wandering.
wanderer noun
trotamundos; nómada; vagabundo
wanderlust noun the wish to travel
pasión por viajar, ansia de ver mundo
He’s always travelling/traveling – his wanderlust will never be satisfied.
(Definition of wander from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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