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promenade

[ prom-uh-neyd, -nahd ]
/ ˌprɒm əˈneɪd, -ˈnɑd /
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noun

verb (used without object), prom·e·nad·ed, prom·e·nad·ing.

to go for or take part in a promenade.
to execute a promenade in square dancing.

verb (used with object), prom·e·nad·ed, prom·e·nad·ing.

to take a promenade through or about.
to conduct or display in or as if in a promenade; parade: They promenaded their prisoner before the townspeople.

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Origin of promenade

1560–70; <French, derivative of promener to lead out, take for a walk or airing <Latin promināre to drive (beasts) forward (prō-pro-1 + mināre to drive); see -ade1
prom·e·nad·er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for promenade

promenade
/ (ˌprɒməˈnɑːd) /

noun

verb

promenader, noun
C16: from French, from promener to lead out for a walk, from Late Latin prōmināre to drive (cattle) along, from pro- 1 + mināre to drive, probably from minārī to threaten
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