stroller


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stroll·er

 (strō′lər)
n.
1. One who strolls: elderly strollers in the park.
2. A carriage with three or four wheels and often having a retractable hood, that is pushed while walking to transport a infant or young child.
3. An itinerant actor or performer.
4. A vagabond.

stroller

(ˈstrəʊlə)
n
(Furniture) US and Canadian and Austral a usually collapsible chair-shaped carriage in which a small child may be wheeled. Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) buggy1, pushchair

stroll•er

(ˈstroʊ lər)

n.
1. one who strolls.
2. a wanderer; vagrant.
3. an itinerant performer.
4. a four-wheeled, often collapsible, chairlike carriage in which small children are pushed.
[1600–10]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stroller - someone who walks at a leisurely pacestroller - someone who walks at a leisurely pace
pedestrian, footer, walker - a person who travels by foot
2.stroller - a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed aroundstroller - a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around
bassinet - a perambulator that resembles a bassinet
wheeled vehicle - a vehicle that moves on wheels and usually has a container for transporting things or people; "the oldest known wheeled vehicles were found in Sumer and Syria and date from around 3500 BC"
Translations
kočáreksportovní kočárek
klapvogn
lastenrattaatrattaat
dječja kolicakolica
ベビーカー一頭立て軽装馬車
경마차유모차
hojica
barnvagnsittvagn
รถเข็นเด็กรถเล็กไม่มีประตู
xe đẩy trẻ em

stroller

[ˈstrəʊləʳ] N
1. (= person) → paseante mf
2. (esp US) (= pushchair) → cochecito m, sillita f de paseo

stroller

[ˈstrəʊlər] n
(US) (= buggy) → poussette f
(= person) → promeneur/euse m/f

stroller

n
(= walker)Spaziergänger(in) m(f)
(esp US: = pushchair) → Sportwagen m

stroller

[ˈstrəʊləʳ] n (Am) (pushchair) → passeggino

stroller

عَرَبَة أَطُفال, عَرَبَةُ طِفْل kočárek, sportovní kočárek klapvogn Buggy, Kinderwagen παιδικό καροτσάκι, τετράτροχο μόνιππο carrito, sillita, sillita de paseo lastenrattaat, rattaat poussette dječja kolica, kolica passeggino ベビーカー, 一頭立て軽装馬車 경마차, 유모차 buggy, wandelwagen paraplytrille, sportsvogn wózek, wózek dziecięcy carrinho de bebé, carrinho de bebê детская коляска, коляска barnvagn, sittvagn รถเข็นเด็ก, รถเล็กไม่มีประตู puset xe đẩy trẻ em 婴儿车, 折叠式婴儿车
References in classic literature ?
I am called Rob the Stroller, my Lord Sheriff," said the archer.
Well, Rob the Stroller, with a little attention to your skin and clothes you would not be so bad a man," said the Sheriff.
Rob the Stroller has ever been a free man, my Lord, and desires no service.
Rob the Stroller," said he, "here is the golden arrow which has been offered to the best of archers this day.
Lady," he said, "pray accept this little pledge from a poor stroller who would devote the best shafts in his quiver to serve you.
He was crossing the Rue Mont Blanc with every appearance of an aimless stroller.
In the smaller public-houses, fiddles with all their might and main were squeaking out the tune to staggering feet; drunken men, oblivious of the burden of their song, joined in a senseless howl, which drowned the tinkling of the feeble bell and made them savage for their drink; vagabond groups assembled round the doors to see the stroller woman dance, and add their uproar to the shrill flageolet and deafening drum.
I too might ask I too might enquire I too might listen with a beating heart to fables which the wily strollers devise to cheat us into hospitality but no The son who has disobeyed me is no longer mine; nor will I concern myself more for his fate than for that of the most worthless among the millions that ever shaped the cross on their shoulder, rushed into excess and blood-guiltiness, and called it an accomplishment of the will of God.
Touching your question, we may tell you that we are strollers and jugglers, who, having performed with much applause at Winchester fair, are now on our way to the great Michaelmas market at Ringwood.
Nay, nay, I speak not now of any strollers, who have crept into the land to rob the lawful owners of their birth-right, but of a people who are, or rather were, what with nature and what with paint, red as the berry on the bush.
We have seen no beggars in the streets by night or day; but of other kinds of strollers, plenty.
Following the investigation, it was determined that the stroller was empty.