roamer


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roam

 (rōm)
v. roamed, roam·ing, roams
v.intr.
1. To move about without purpose or plan; wander. See Synonyms at wander.
2. To turn the attention from one subject to another with little clarity or coherence of thought: I could hear the speaker, but my thoughts were roaming.
3.
a. To move or pass over the body: His hands roamed over her body.
b. To be directed without apparent purpose; look in an idle or casual manner: Her eyes roamed around the room.
4. To use a cell phone network outside of a home service area as defined by a service plan.
v.tr.
1. To wander over or through: roamed the streets.
2. To be directed over or around (an area): Her gaze roamed the beach.
n.
The act or an instance of roaming.

[Middle English romen.]

roam′er n.

roamer

Grids constructed to common map scales used for determination of map coordinates.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.roamer - someone who leads a wandering unsettled liferoamer - someone who leads a wandering unsettled life
traveler, traveller - a person who changes location
nomad - a member of a people who have no permanent home but move about according to the seasons
drifter, vagrant, vagabond, floater - a wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support
Translations
طَوّاف، جَوّال
-čkatulák
flækingur
aylak dolaşan kimsegezgin

roamer

[ˈrəʊməʳ] Nhombre m errante, andariego m; (= tramp) → vagabundo m

roamer

nVagabund(in) m(f); (= dog)Herumstreuner m; (= child)Stromer m (inf)

roam

(rəum) verb
to walk about without any fixed plan or purpose; to wander. He roamed from town to town; He roamed (over) the hills.
ˈroamer noun
References in classic literature ?
On its stern, in gold letters, they read Roamer. On top of the cabin, basking in the sunshine, lay a man and woman, the latter with a pink scarf around her head.
It was the second time in her life that Saxon had been in a small boat, and the Roamer was the first yacht she had ever been on board.
Billy was impressed by the ease with which the Roamer was operated.
As the Roamer passed the mouth of Montezuma Slough and entered the Sacramento, they came upon Collinsville close at hand.
The Roamer slipped through the smooth water, past steamboat wharves, landing stages, and warehouses.
Mr Devey said: "This alone should be more than enough to keep even the most ardent roamer happy for years, but there are also areas of land that you cannot simply wander across, including some land that may be shown as open access land on a map, but remains private.
As per the PTA policy, a foreign roamer is allowed to continue using foreign SIMs without any time limit and without getting CoC from PTA.
Another buck may be a roamer with a wide range; that is also critical information.
Earlier this year, TNS launched six critical roaming risk mitigation capabilities, including data capping, usage notifications, automated roamer greetings, and data throttling.
Sophie, Countess of Wessex wears Zimmerman The brand came to global fame after the Duchess of Cambridge wore its PS275 Roamer dress on her 2014 tour of Australia.
Hodge's first Texas ancestor, Perry Wilson, was a typical mid-19th-century roamer, making perilous journeys to California and Arizona as well as Texas.