Spanish Word for stroll  

English Word: stroll

Spanish Word: gandulear
The Spanish Word for stroll
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Translated sentences containing 'stroll'
You all were thinking of going for a stroll.
Vosotros pensabais ir de paseo.
He tends to stroll along the narrow streets.
Suele deambular por las callejuelas.
I had washed the car for the drive.
Yo había lavado el carro para el paseo.
He goes with his grandparents for a stroll.
Él va con sus abuelos a pasear.

What is happening down there is not a pleasant Sunday afternoon stroll.
No se puede tomar a la ligera lo que está pasando ahí abajo.
We do not want to stroll lightly into a resistance problem further with our eyes open.
No debemos entrar a sabiendas en un problema de resistencia.
For a number of years now, members of the European public have not been able to simply stroll into the meetings that are public.
Desde hace ya unos años, los ciudadanos europeos no pueden acceder a su antojo a las reuniones que son públicas.
Evading justice is common and a person legally sentenced in one European Union country should not be allowed to stroll peacefully down the streets of other Member States.
La evasión de la justicia es común y una persona condenada legalmente en un país de la Unión Europea no debe poder pasearse plácidamente por las calles de otro Estado miembro.
Despite this positive emotional attitude we should also be frank and honest. It is not an Easter stroll, with spring already here and summer just around the corner.
A pesar de esta actitud emocional positiva, debemos ser también abiertos y sinceros.
The generals behind the coup still stroll around the largest square in Caracas and President Chávez, legally elected, re-elected and re-elected again, has never lifted a finger against them.
Los generales que dieron el golpe de Estado aún se pasean por la mayor plaza de Caracas sin que el Presidente Chávez, legalmente electo, reelecto y vuelto a reelegir, haya levantado nunca un dedo contra ellos.
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