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英 [strəul] 美 [strol]
英 [ˈsɔ:ntə] 美 [ˈsɔntər]
英 [ɡæd] 美 [ɡæd]
saunter on the way
stroll after dinner
Lounged in Venice till June.
I don't want to lounge about town. I have other things to do.
Two youths loitering near a supermarket were pulled in on suspicion.
He did not succeed in catching anyone idling or smoking or talking.
We were just chilling out when the earthquake happened.
Cattle wandered over the plains.
We strolled about the town that evening.
I usually hang out with my friends on weekends.
They prefer to spend the rest of the morning wandering in the streets.
Ifyou are out for a Sunday afternoon stroll in your book, then ignore this.
Her teenage son was in and out of trouble, stealing mopeds, refusing to go to school and hanging out with gangs.
After that, across the straits of Messina, and it was almost a stroll to Naples;Garibaldi arrived there by train.
When I was wandering around my campus, someone patted me on theshoulder.
The adult male penguin, nicknamed "Happy Feet", was found wandering on a beach near the capital in June and taken to the zoo to recuperate when hebecame ill after eating sand and sticks.
It was during one of his strolls that he had hit upon the Gorbeau house, and, tempted by its isolation and its cheapness, had taken up his abode there.
But most Americans do not spend the majority of their free time hanging out at strip clubs.
But, at Wudang, McDull apparently gets more fun out of hanging out withhis new friends.
Rather than hanging out in the lounge with coffee or a snack, take a briskwalk or do some gentle stretching.
While some were busy with cars, others were wandering about the town.
Walk the sidelines or stroll around the field instead of lounging in the standswhile the kids play soccer or softball.