Definition of “meander” - English Dictionary

“meander” in British English

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meanderverb

uk /miˈæn.dər/ us /miˈæn.dɚ/

meandernoun [ C ]

uk /miˈæn.dər/ us /miˈæn.dɚ/

(Definition of “meander” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

“meander” in American English

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meanderverb [ I ]

us /miˈæn·dər/

meander verb [ I ] (NOT DIRECT)

to follow a route that is not straight or direct:

Hikers can meander along the path next to the river for several miles.

meandernoun [ C ]

/miˈæn·dər/

meander noun [ C ] (RIVER BEND)

earth science a bend in a river, esp. one of many

(Definition of “meander” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)