18 / 02 / 2008

STROLL: meaning and examples

Good morning. I hope everyone had a good weekend.

Today's word is: stroll (verb or noun)

Meaning: to walk somewhere in a slow relaxed way; to walk leisurely and with no apparent aim.

Example 1 (verb)
Sometimes at the weekend I like to stroll along the Ramblas in Barcelona.

Example 2 (noun):
After lunch we went for a stroll in the park.

In US English it is quite common to refer to the small folding seat on wheels in which a small child sits and is pushed along as a stroller. In UK English it's more common to use the term push-chair or pram. Baby buggy and baby carriage are also sometimes used.

Example 3:
I have a friend who goes jogging while pushing his child in front of him in a pram.

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