Meaning of “meander” - Learner’s Dictionary

meander

verb [ I ] uk us /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.
meander around/from/off, etc

to move around with no clear purpose:

We meandered around town for a couple of hours.

(Definition of “meander” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)