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  1. promenade

    • IPA[ˌprɒməˈnɑːd]

    英式

    • n.
      a paved public walk, typically one along the seafront at a resort.;a leisurely walk, or sometimes a ride or drive, taken in a public place so as to meet or be seen by others
    • v.
      take a leisurely public walk, ride, or drive so as to meet or be seen by others;take a promenade through (a place)
    • noun: promenade, plural noun: promenades

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a paved public walk, typically one along the seafront at a resort.
    • 2. a leisurely walk, or sometimes a ride or drive, taken in a public place so as to meet or be seen by others:

      an evening promenade

    • 3. (in country dancing) a movement in which couples follow one another in a given direction, each couple having both hands joined.
    • 4. archaic term for prom
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. take a leisurely public walk, ride, or drive so as to meet or be seen by others:

      they promenaded along the waterfront

    • 2. take a promenade through (a place):

      people began to promenade the streets

    • 3. escort (someone) about a place, especially so as to be seen by others:

      the governor of Utah promenades the daughter of the Maryland governor

    • n. an open-air upper deck on a passenger ship on which passengers may walk.

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    • n. a concert of classical music at which a part of the audience stands in an area that has no seating, for which tickets are sold at a reduced price. The most famous series of such concerts is the annual BBC Promenade Concerts (known as the Proms), instituted by Sir Henry Wood (1869–1944) in 1895 and held since World War II chiefly in the Albert Hall in London.

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    • n. a concert of classical music at which a part of the audience stands in an area without seating, for which tickets are sold at a reduced price. The most famous series of such concerts is the annual BBC Promenade Concerts (known as the Proms), instituted by Sir Henry Wood in 1895.

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    • n. an upper deck on a passenger ship for the use of passengers who wish to enjoy the open air.

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    • IPA[ˌpräməˈnād]

    美式

    • n.
      a paved public walk, typically one along a waterfront at a resort.
    • v.
      take a leisurely public walk, ride, or drive so as to meet or be seen by others:
    • women who promenaded in the Bois de Boulogne

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