Promenade is a fancy word for going out walking. If you like to stroll through town in a leisurely way, then you like to take promenades.
- Pronunciation: /,prɑmə'ned/
- English Description: lack of elegance as a consequence of being pompous and puffed up with vanitya leisurely walk (usually in some public place)
- Synonyms: amble
- Chinese Translation: 散步(san4 bu4)
- Spanish Translation: paseo
- ORIGIN: Besides meaning the nice walk you just took, the noun promenadecan also mean a special walking place for pedestrians, like a boardwalk. You can also use it as a verb, and go promenading. In Square Dance, promenade is a move where the couples walk around in a circle, and you might be familiar with the promenade at your high school — or did you just call it "Prom"?
- The grand promenade of yesteryear is back in business.
- The children had been sleeping all day – the two older ones on the concrete promenade, the two younger ones in the tent.
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