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Turkish translation of “wander”

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wander

verb
 
 
/ˈwɒndər/
WALK [I, T] B2 to walk slowly about a place without any purpose
gezinip durmak, boş boş dolaşmak, amaçsızca gezinmek
They wandered aimlessly around the town.Moving on foot
LEAVE PLACE [I] ( also wander off) to walk away from the place where you should be
yürüyerek uzaklaşmak, ayrılmak, terketmek
He was here a moment ago - he must have wandered off.Abstaining and refrainingDeparting
sb's attention/mind/thoughts, etc wander If someone's attention/mind, etc wanders, they start thinking about one subject when they should be thinking about a different subject.
dağılmak, başka alemlere dalmak, asıl konudan uzaklaşmak, dalıp gitmek
I was bored and my thoughts started to wander.Mental and psychiatric disorders
Translations of “wander”
in Korean 거닐다…
in Arabic يَتَجَوَّل…
in French errer (dans), (s’)égarer…
in Italian vagare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行走, 漫步, 閒逛…
in Russian бродить, отходить…
in Polish snuć się (po), wałęsać się (po), odchodzić…
in Spanish recorrer, vagar, errar…
in Portuguese perambular, vagar…
in German ziehen, abschweifen…
in Catalan vagar…
in Japanese ぶらつく…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行走, 漫步, 闲逛…
(Definition of wander from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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