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verb [intransitive] stroll pronunciation in British English /strəʊl/
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present tense
present participlestrolling
past tensestrolled
past participlestrolled

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  1. 1
    to walk without hurrying, often for pleasure

    young couples out strolling with their arms round each other

    stroll along/over/off/up etc:

    I was strolling along the river when I saw an incredible thing.

    She strolled over to join them.

  2. 2
    to do something easily and with little effort

    Alison strolled through the entrance exam with little difficulty.

    stroll to victory:

    They strolled to victory in the championships.


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