Translation of rove in Spanish:


recorrer, v.

Pronunciation /roʊv//rəʊv/

transitive verb

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    (area/town) recorrer
    (town/area) vagar por
    (area/town) errar por literary
    • She allowed her gaze to rove over the gentleman, in some odd mix of sizing him up, and curiosity at this stranger from another time.
    • While he spoke, I could see his curious eyes roving over us, trying to understand the unfamiliar sounds that reached his ears.
    • His just couldn't keep his eyes from looking out of the glass panels and roving over the plains, hoping for a sight of her.
    • His previous rider was recently killed in combat, and the horse was found roving the battle site and brought here.
    • She watched his eyes rove quickly over her body, and she smiled at his look of surprise.
    • When drunk they would rove the streets of London, molesting fair damsels and burning down buildings as a lark.
    • In the mid-1800s, they roved the streets of St. John's, sometimes attacking spectators or fighting with rival bands.
    • All eyes rove for something catchy at a handicrafts exhibition - for something utilitarian that will appeal to your aesthetic sense too.
    • An avid antiquer, Peggy loves to rove the nearby town of Essex for one-of-a-kind furniture and accessories.
    • My eyes kept roving to the grandfather clock from time to time.
    • He unsheathed his father's sword and held it in both hands, his eyes roving over the blade with the ancient runes and the ornately designed handle.
    • Yet those eyes held nothing but want as they roved up and down him shamelessly.
    • The demon's gaze roved and stopped on me.
    • The series was one of the first to rove the world, shooting its exteriors in such exotic locations as Madrid, Acapulco, Marrakesh, Rome, Tokyo, Mexico City and even Las Vegas.
    • Maybe you have never even been to the corporate headquarters, and you rove the globe packing a laptop that connects to your company's headquarters.
    • The blond man stopped in his tracks, locking his sword into a perfect defensive position, his pale eyes roving into the shadows, searching for the voice's source.
    • Geoffrey allowed his eyes to rove over her body, taking in her silver-blue eyes and long, curling blonde hair.
    • With all the armed bands of various factions roving the land these days, it was a miracle that they had made it back to the abbey.
    • Ryan nodded gravely, his eyes roving over the guests.
    • Cora's pink eyes were roving over Dervek's bare chest approvingly.
    • He continued to allow his gaze to rove over the gleaming blade, menacingly sharp, as well as its well-decorated hilt.
    • She smiled falsely at everyone around them, her eyes roving.
    • Like the vast majority of people living in Mexico, he buys his music from one of the 12,000 street vendors who rove the country.
    • Inside, my gaze roved over the leather couches, the silken pillows sprawled carelessly all over the place.
    • In each corner stood a burly guard, their eyes roving over the people materializing every few minutes from seven of the eight walls.
    • From the haggard look, rag tag clothing and matted hair it was not difficult to identify her as the mad woman who roved the streets.
    • His eyesight (now back and glitch-less) roved hungrily around the room.
    • She began her job back in 1997, roving the badlands of Quebec and Ontario before heading out to British Columbia to take a position in the PR department.
    • Their eyes roved back to the demolished Porsche and wondered what the owner of the car would do if he ever found out who did it.
    • His eyes roving around the room, searching for a way out of this mess.

intransitive verb

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    (eyes/gaze) recorrer
    to rove over sth recorrer algo