In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1pasear(se)dar un paseothey strolled through the park — se paseaban por el parque
- to stroll along — pasear(se)
- I strolled down to the river to watch the boats — me di un paseo hasta el río a mirar los botes
- they strolled in three hours late — entraron tan tranquilos con tres horas de retraso
- she strolled up to me — se me acercó con aire despreocupado
- they strolled through the first round — la primera vuelta fue para ellos un paseo
- They were silent for a few minutes, strolling lazily down the sidewalk.
- Watching people stroll the grounds and explore the 18th century hall was very rewarding.
- Tracy and Trent walked off and Brian and I strolled off down the street towards my house.
- As she strolled briskly down the sidewalk, Lewanna pulled a large brown clip out of her purse.
- The passing looks were even more frequent, the whispers even louder as I confidently strolled down the corridors.
- He tucked his hands into the pant pockets as he casually strolled down the monolithic hallway.
- I strolled lazily along the beach, taking in the rolling waves and soft sand.
- She shut the door, smiled at Quartz and strolled back into the living room.
- Now imagine another person, calm and in control, strolling leisurely through the airport.
- He strolled off down the hallway, but not before sending Ryan a glare, which Ryan determinedly ignored.
- As I strolled lazily along the beach this afternoon, I found a beautiful silver bracelet.
- Three stable boys strolled down the hall, laughing and teasing each other.
- We began to stroll casually down the street.
- Men strolled on the sidewalks, clad in long billowing cloaks, with openly displayed swords.
- Matt Saunders strolled casually down the icy street, a thick black toque pulled snugly over his curly brown hair.
- Sitting on the lawn of Burnaby Mountain Park, Jester confidently strolled up to me at our pre-arranged meeting spot.
- Eric drew away and calmly strolled up to his throne.
- Couples strolled along the paths, hand in hand, laughing and smiling.
- Arlene strolled back into the living room with glasses of orange juice and English muffins.
- He was heard crying by a passing couple strolling through the park.
1paseo masculinewe had / took a little stroll around town — (nos) dimos un paseo / (nos) fuimos de paseo por la ciudad
- let's go for a stroll — vamos a pasear / a dar un paseo
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