Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A walk for pleasure; a promenade.

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Examples

  • a "pasear" in the forest -- he having a half-holiday by virtue of the festival -- and that the earthquake had revived his fears of a catastrophe.

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  • Estaba en la ceja de la ciudad de El Alto esperando a unos amigos para ir a pasear por alguna extraña razón llegue temprano, y como era domingo no había mucha gente.

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  • Ella solía pasear cerca de la Plaza de Armas, por la calle General Muñiz.

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  • Un buen amigo me invitó a su casa y a pasear en su yate; a bucear y a comer rico.

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  • At the time I learned of her connection with the Whitmark affair, the story still wanted some items of motive and understanding, a knowledge of the man himself, some account of his three months 'pasear into the hills beyond Mesquite, which certainly had to do with the affair of the mine, but of which he would never be persuaded to speak.

    The Woman at Eighteen-Mile

  • It was only at rare intervals that he found time, after the day's work was done, to take a little pasear in the mission garden in front of the monastery.

    Old Mission Stories of California

  • After reading and re-reading the letters, he put them away, and betook himself to his garden for a little pasear before his midday meal.

    Old Mission Stories of California

  • Chiquita had better go somewhere for a little _pasear_.

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  • For them the one hundred and seventy intervening miles of alternating cañon and mesa, much of the journey over trails deadly dangerous for any creature less sure-footed than a goat, was no more than a pleasant _pasear_.

    The Red-Blooded Heroes of the Frontier

  • "Expect I'd better take a pasear an 'see where Mr. Ute's at," Dud said.

    The Fighting Edge

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