Definition of 'promenade'
Example sentences containing 'promenade'
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Wearing her new white boots and her cream light silk coat, she had stood, with Mr Ricciardi, on the promenade deck of the Lusitania... THE GOLDEN LION (1993)A middle-aged couple strolled by them on the promenade deck. THE ONLY GAME (1993)
Or he'd clutch his chest as he was jogging along the East River promenade, or while playing tennis in the Hamptons. AFTER ALL THESE YEARS (1993)
Trends of 'promenade'
Used Occasionally. promenade is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'promenade'
British English: promenade /ˌprɒməˈnɑːd/ NOUN
In a seaside town, the promenade is the road by the sea where people go for a walk.
- American English: promenade
- Arabic: رَصِّيف
- Brazilian Portuguese: calçadão
- Chinese: 海滨大道
- Croatian: šetalište
- Czech: promenáda
- Danish: promenade
- Dutch: promenade
- European Spanish: paseo marítimo
- Finnish: rannalla sijaitseva kävelykatu
- French: promenade allée
- German: Promenade
- Greek: περίπατος
- Italian: passeggiata
- Japanese: 海岸の遊歩道
- Korean: 산책길
- Norwegian: promenade
- Polish: promenada
- European Portuguese: calçadão
- Romanian: promenadă
- Russian: набережная
- Latin American Spanish: paseo marítimo
- Swedish: promenad
- Thai: ทางเดินเลียบชายทะเลที่สถานพักผ่อนชายทะเล
- Turkish: gezinti yeri
- Ukrainian: променад
- Vietnamese: đường đi bộ ven biển
Definition of promenade from the Collins English Dictionary
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