Translation of promenade in Spanish:


paseo marítimo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈprɒmənɑːd//ˌprɑməˈneɪd//ˌprɒməˈnɑːd//ˈprɒməneɪd//ˌprɒməˈneɪd//ˌprɑməˈnɑd/


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    • 1.1British (at seaside)

      paseo marítimo masculine
      malecón masculine Latin America
      rambla feminine Mexico River Plate
      costanera feminine Southern Cone
      • There are no promenades along its shores, just a sharp band of grey, rough hewn rock separating burnt soil from cool water.
      • Colourful two-storey waterfront buildings overlook the main promenade, which curves gently around a small harbour.
      • It's little things like wanting to walk along the promenade at Scarborough which I can no longer do.
      • The walk along the promenade to the more genteel Frinton-on-Sea is lined with beach huts, and the weather was good for taking photos.
      • We walked slowly along the promenade eating our ice creams and the sun was just disappearing over the horizon.
      • The foundations for the new pedestrian promenade, a relaxation area and public car park are being constructed.
      • Imaginative landscaping, decorative lighting, and widened pedestrian promenades are part of the physical change.
      • On the main promenade there is a bazaar where you can haggle for leather goods and jewellery.
      • Eventually, he came to the riverside promenade where a strip of parkland bordered the River Ana.
      • I nodded, and we walked away from the pier, heading back along the promenade.
      • Bill and I walked along the promenade toward the atrium of the Financial Center.
      • A tree-lined promenade extends south to Battery Park, with its view to the Statue of Liberty.
      • Built-up areas will be complemented by amenity space, parkland and a riverside promenade.
      • Before a mere man has time to rub his eyes the promenade is deserted by the fair.
      • A grieving daughter wants action after her elderly mother died when her mobility scooter toppled off a seafront promenade.
      • Over at Blue Anchor bay the tar on the road was melting and walking along the promenade was a hot-foot experience.
      • He called not only for proper car parking facilities for visitors to the beach but for a promenade to be built along Clonea Strand.
      • Formal pedestrian promenades along either side are gracefully paralleled by double rows of live oak trees.
      • There's an unmarked route between the front bar and the back bar which is like a seaside promenade.
      • Access to the river will be opened by a waterfront promenade.

    • 1.2literary (stroll)

      paseo masculine
      • I took a promenade heading towards Abdullah's studio.
      • Outside market hours, the island serves as a park with trees and green banks round the edge, while bridges at both ends allow a promenade across it.
      • It was a Saturday morning and the weather was picturesque, perfect for a promenade outdoors or a carriage ride through the hills, but not nearly idyllic enough for Isabella to step foot from her house.
      • I was outside, having returned fifteen minutes ago from the morning promenade with Ally, dressed in my work clothes and doing maintenance on the flower beds.
      • After the beach promenade, which was an absolute blast, it was the last full day of school.

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    • 2.1US (in square dancing)

      figura de baile en la que las parejas dan una vuelta alrededor de la pista
      paseíto masculine Southern Cone
      • He asks his dancers to make twisted shapes that reconfigure human anatomy, and to perform difficult balances in forced arches, painstakingly slow promenades, impossibly deep, sustained lunges and plies.
      • They executed a perfect pirouette, a dip, and a promenade ending in a bow to the children; only Clara applauded but that appeared to be enough.

    • 2.2US


intransitive verb

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    • He took my hand and we started to promenade as I mentally blinked in the fact that we were openly holding hands.
    • Whole books have been written about how young people promenade but there really ought to be a simple, one-line description.
    • A group of well-dressed men and women - the men in three-cornered hats, the women in long dresses - are promenading conspicuously beside the river.
    • The town walls melted into pink, families promenaded in the cooler air of dusk, and for a moment I seriously considered taking up a career in sardine fishing.
    • Once inside the ground floor, one can promenade through either by a ramp or a curving staircase.
    • It was originally used for ladies to promenade in when they didn't want to go outside.
    • There may well be some strange spectacles promenading in front of you along the sand, but why not?
    • Along the rails by the Road, pedestrians promenaded, equally eager to see and be seen.
    • With the coming of spring-time, the ladies will soon be out promenading in the parks in their new fashions.
    • It has always been a marvel to me where the ladies promenading on the Esplanade get to when a sudden shower falls.
    • Fashionable Victorians flocked to promenade through this new underwater marvel, an amazing twin-bore arched corridor lit by flickering gaslight.
    • The nurse promenaded down the hall, humming what seemed to be some kind of gospel tune.
    • There is plenty of space here to promenade or sit on the floor.
    • In fact, an estimated two to three thousand people were promenading along Hambantota harbour when the tidal wave struck.
    • The brass band blared from the wrought iron bandstand, families promenaded and old men gossiped in the shade of the neatly clipped box trees.
    • I met him as he promenaded on Hill street in the late afternoon sun.
    • A pair of seagulls were promenading along the balustrade that ran around the perimeter of the balcony garden, watching us with beady eyes.
    • It was Saturday night, and everybody in town seemed to be promenading or sitting at tables along the street.
    • Earlier they had promenaded around the museum, talking to people and explaining how life in the 18th century differed so much from that in the 21st century.
    • Visitors flocked in steamers from Glasgow's Broomielaw to promenade under waving palms.
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    (in square dancing)
    (alrededor de la pista) dar una vuelta