Definition of 'stroll'

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Example sentences containing 'stroll'

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There is enough history left to get a sense of the old city as you stroll. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We strolled romantically around the stalls drinking warm cider. The Sun (2010)There is luck to share when an old friend strolls back into your life. The Sun (2007)He shook my hand and strolled home. Ben Nimmo IN FORKBEARD'S WAKE: Coasting Round Scandinavia (2003)Then go for a stroll on the beach. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The best way to enjoy the city is by strolling about. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The audience talked above the music or strolled about in the sunshine. James Fergusson KANDAHAR COCKNEY: A Tale of Two Worlds (2004)They strolled around the pitch looking traumatised and bereft. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Football and dreams often stroll along hand in hand. Times, Sunday Times (2007)One of the great things about an autumn stroll is that almost anything casual goes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)On his first day there he approached a couple of elegant young toffs strolling around the campus. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We had so many things we both enjoyed doing such as going for country walks and strolling along the beach. The Sun (2011)She rose with an air of calm that she struggled to attain and strolled leisurely toward the back of the manor. Kathleen E. Woodiwiss THE WOLF AND THE DOVEThe sun sparkles on the lake, tourists stroll and locals walk their dogs. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is near the seafront and a leisurely stroll west will take you to Brighton. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This means it is one of the few places where you can take a leisurely stroll through the cobbled streets of the new town. The Sun (2013)Not feeling hungry again until about ten that night, we strolled along to the same street that had earlier been alive with culinary possibilities. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Then you shall have a nice dinner and a nice snooze after it, and then a stroll along the river or in the park. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Turning his back, Dom strolled to the trunk. Christina Dodd SOMEDAY MY PRINCE (1999)Last night 's stroll against Moldova was little more than an aperitif before the main course. The Sun (2013)Lovers stroll along the river bank by the old Royal Palace. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Then stroll back through the meadows along the River Derwent. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

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Translations for 'stroll'

British English: stroll /strəʊl/ NOUN
A stroll is a leisurely walk.
After dinner, I took a stroll round the city.
  • American English: stroll
  • Arabic: تَـجَوُّلُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: passeio
  • Chinese: 徜徉
  • Croatian: šetnja
  • Czech: procházka
  • Danish: gåtur
  • Dutch: wandeling
  • European Spanish: paseo
  • Finnish: kävely
  • French: se balader
  • German: Spaziergang
  • Greek: βόλτα
  • Italian: passeggiata
  • Japanese: ぶらぶら歩き
  • Korean: 산책
  • Norwegian: spasere
  • Polish: przechadzka
  • European Portuguese: passeio
  • Romanian: plimbare
  • Russian: прогулка
  • Latin American Spanish: paseo
  • Swedish: promenad
  • Thai: การเดินทอดน่อง
  • Turkish: yürüyüş
  • Ukrainian: прогулюватися
  • Vietnamese: cuộc đi dạo
British English: stroll VERB
If you stroll somewhere, you walk there in a slow, relaxed way.
He collected some orange juice from the refrigerator and, glass in hand, strolled to the kitchen window.
  • American English: stroll
  • Brazilian Portuguese: passear
  • Chinese: 溜达
  • European Spanish: dar un paseo
  • French: aller nonchalamment
  • German: spazieren
  • Italian: camminare tranquillamente
  • Japanese: ぶらぶら歩く
  • Korean: 산책하다
  • European Portuguese: passear
  • Latin American Spanish: dar un paseo


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