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Meaning of “meander” - Learner’s Dictionary

meander

verb [I]     /miˈændər/
meander along/around/through, etc
If a river, a road, or a line of something meanders, it has many curves: The coast road meanders along the beach for miles.Movement of liquidsBending, twisting and curving
meander around/from/off, etc
to move around with no clear purpose: We meandered around town for a couple of hours.Slow and moving slowly
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