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2 Translation results for wander in Spanish

verb | noun

wander verb

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wandered, has wandered, is wandering, wanders
deambular, vagar, vagabundear; recorrer; alejarse, desviarse, divagar
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A woman wandering through a field of flowers

Example sentences of
wander verb

  • I was just wandering around the house.
  • They wandered down the street.
  • Students were wandering the halls.
  • He wandered away from the trail and got lost.

Synonyms of
wander verb

Detailed synonyms for wander verb

Wander, stray, roam, ramble, rove, range, traipse, meander significan moverse de un lugar a otro sin rumbo o propósito específico.
  • Wander indica el no tener un curso fijo a seguir, así como una actitud indiferente hacia ello <found him drunkenly wandering the city streets>.
  • Stray conlleva una indicación más fuerte de desviarse de un curso fijo o apropiado, y puede connotar el haberse perdido <a calf from a nearby farm had strayed into their field>.
  • Roam connota el deambular libremente, a menudo por grandes distancias, y suele connotar cierto disfrute <liked to roam through the woods>.
  • Ramble recalca el descuido y la indiferencia hacia el curso u objetivo, y connota el extraviarse más allá de los límites o una falta de atención hacia los detalles de orientación <the speaker rambled on for almost two hours>.
  • Rove connota el vagar de manera vigorosa y a veces determinada <his gaze roved slowly over the audience>.
  • Range añade a rove un énfasis en la extensión del territorio recorrido, y suele usarse cuando no se desea connotar un vagabundeo en el sentido literal <the lecture ranged widely over Eastern and Western philosophy>.
  • Traipse indica un curso que es errático a pesar de ser determinado y vigoroso <traipsing around town looking for fun>.
  • Meander indica un curso sinuoso o intrincado que connota un vagabundeo lánguido o sin rumbo <the river meanders for miles through rich farmland>.

wander noun

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wanders
paseo, vagabundeo

Reverse translation for wander

deambular  - to wander, to roam 
vagar  - to roam, to wander 
vagabundear  - to wander, to roam about 
recorrer  - to travel through, to tour, to cover (a distance), to go over, to look over 
alejarse  - to move away, to stray, to drift apart 
desviarse  - to branch off, to stray 
divagar  - to digress 
paseo  - walk, stroll, ride, outing, trip, avenue, walk 
vagabundeo  - vagrancy, roaming, wandering, drifting, roving 
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