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English-German translation for: stroll
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Dictionary English German: stroll

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English German
NOUN   a stroll | strolls
VERB  to stroll | strolled | strolled ... 
SYNO   to saunter | to stroll | amble ... 
to stroll
to stroll
to stroll
spazierengehen [alt]
to stroll
to stroll
wandeln [gehen]
to stroll
lustwandeln [geh.] [veraltend]
to stroll
to stroll
Unverified to strollambulieren [veraltet] [spazieren gehen, lustwandeln]
to strollspazieren gehen
Bummel {m}
Spaziergang {m}
2 Words: Verbs
to stroll (along)sichAkk. ergehen [geh.] [spazieren]
to stroll (around)flanieren
to stroll aboutherumschlendern
to stroll aboutumherstreifen
to stroll about [Br.]müßig herumspazieren [geh.]
to stroll about [Br.] [v/i] [Am.]flanieren über
to stroll alongdahinschlendern
to stroll along sth. [the street etc.]etw.Akk. entlangschlendern [die Straße etc.]
to stroll aroundherumflanieren
to stroll aroundherumspazieren [ugs.]
to stroll aroundumherflanieren
to stroll aroundumherspazieren
to stroll past (sb./sth.)(an jdm./etw.) vorüberwandeln [veraltend] [geh.]
2 Words: Nouns
beach strollStrandspaziergang {m}
evening strollAbendspaziergang {m}
harbour stroll [Br.]Hafenbummel {m}
morning strollMorgenspaziergang {m}
night strollNachtspaziergang {m}
nightly strollNachtspaziergang {m}
postprandial strollVerdauungsspaziergang {m}
shopping strollEinkaufsbummel {m}
hort. stroll gardenSchlendergarten {m} [Spaziergarten]
hort. stroll gardenSpaziergarten {m}
Sunday strollSonntagsspaziergang {m}
3 Words: Verbs
to stroll round / aroundherumbummeln [ugs.]
to stroll up to sb./sth.auf jdn./etw. zuschlendern
to take a strollambulieren [veraltet] [spazieren gehen, lustwandeln]
to take a strollspazieren gehen
to take a stroll [esp. around town]einen Bummel machen [ugs.]
3 Words: Nouns
stroll through townStadtbummel {m}
4 Words: Verbs
to go for a strolleine Runde machen
to go for a strolleinen Bummel machen [ugs.]
to go for a strolleinen Spaziergang machen
to stroll up and down sth. [the street etc.]etw.Akk. auf und ab gehen [die Straße etc.]
4 Words: Nouns
stroll through the cityStadtbummel {m}
5+ Words: Verbs
to go for a (short) stroll around towneinen (kleinen) Stadtbummel machen
to go for a (short) stroll through downtown (...) [Am.]einen (kleinen) Bummel durch die Innenstadt (von ...) machen
to go for a (short) stroll through the city centre [Br.]einen (kleinen) Bummel durch die Innenstadt machen
to go for a short strollein paar Schritte machen
to go for a short strollein paar Schritte tun
to go for a short strollein paar Schritte durch das Viertel machen
to go for a short strollein paar Schritte spazieren gehen
to go for a short stroll through the town / village / environseinen kleinen Bummel durch die Stadt / das Dorf / die Umgebung machen
to go for a stroll (through...)einen Rundgang machen (durch...)
to stroll a dog (in a stroller) [rare]einen Hund (in einem Kinderwagen) ausführen
to stroll a dog (in a stroller) [rare] [to push a dog in a stroller]einen Hund in einem Kinderwagen spazieren fahren
to stroll up and down the streetauf der Straße bummeln gehen
5+ Words: Nouns
stroll through the flea marketFlohmarktbummel {m}
walk / stroll along the shoreSpaziergang {m} an der Küste entlang
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A 2008-08-26: The small shops and cafés at Domplatz (Cathedral Square) invite people to ...
A 2008-03-24: tour? stroll? promenade?
A 2007-04-15: bummeln = to wander / stroll about .....
A 2005-10-21: 7.) to go for a short stroll
A 2004-04-07: If this is meant to be LATIN it should be either ambulatio ( a walk, a str...

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