Translation of perambulate in Spanish:


pasearse por, v.

Pronunciation /pəˈrambjʊleɪt//pəˈræmbjəˌleɪt/

transitive verb

formal, humorous

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    (area/countryside) pasearse por
    • The narrow opening supported a child's body and encouraged children to perambulate by keeping them from sitting down or crawling.
    • Unspoken but understood was that we wanted a community small enough to perambulate but that also had DSL.
    • Well, that is a bit of an exaggeration, but I will be briskly perambulating.
    • Over the weekend I had a chance to perambulate properly in cyberspace.
    • The added handicap is that runners have to dodge the horse dung as they perambulate down the track.

intransitive verb

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