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n. pl. pa·se·os
a. A slow, easy stroll or walk outdoors.
b. The street, series of streets, or walkway along which such a walk is taken.
2. In bullfighting, the formal procession into the ring of the players, including the matadors, banderilleros, and horses, that occurs just before the first bull is fought.
[Spanish, from pasear, to take a stroll, frequentative of pasar, to go, pass; see pase.]
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n, pl paseos
a walk or stroll
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n., pl. -se•os.
1. a leisurely walk; stroll.
2. a public place or path designed for walking; promenade.
[1825–35; < Sp]
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A Spanish word meaning stroll, used to mean a stroll or a place where people stroll.
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|Noun||1.||paseo - a path set aside for walking; "after the blizzard he shoveled the front walk"|
ambulatory - a covered walkway (as in a cloister); "it has an ambulatory and seven chapels"
boardwalk - a walkway made of wooden boards; usually at seaside
catwalk - narrow pathway high in the air (as above a stage or between parts of a building or along a bridge)
flagging - a walk of flagstones; "the flagging in the garden was quite imaginative"
path - a way especially designed for a particular use
sidewalk, pavement - walk consisting of a paved area for pedestrians; usually beside a street or roadway
skywalk - an elevated walkway between buildings (usually enclosed)
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