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ramblingadjective

uk   us   /ˈræm.blɪŋ/

rambling adjective (TALK)

too ​long and ​confused: a ​long rambling speech

rambling adjective (SPREADING)

large and ​spreading out in many different ​directions: a rambling ​rose a rambling ​oldhouse

ramblingnoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈræm.blɪŋ/

rambling noun [U] (WALKING)

the ​activity of going for ​longwalks in the ​countryside

rambling noun [U] (SPEECH/WRITING)

ramblings [plural] long and ​confusedspeech or writing
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