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[さん()·()]
sanpo
noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 散歩

noun, suru verb
  1. walk; stroll

Definition and Synonyms for 散歩

Walk the act of traveling by foot
Synonyms: あんよ, , 御拾い, 散歩, 散策, , , , 歩き, 歩く, 歩み, 歩む, 歩行
Saunter a leisurely walk (usually in some public place)
Synonyms: プロムナード, 散歩, 遊歩道
Airing a short excursion (a walk or ride) in the open air
Synonyms: 外出, 散歩
Roll move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
Synonyms: ほつく, うろつく, さすらう, さまよう, ふらつく, ぶらつく, 低回, 彷徨, 拾い歩き, 放浪, 散歩, 散策, ほっつき歩く, 歩き回る, 流れ歩く, 流浪, 浮遊, 漂泊, 漂流, 漂浪, 経巡る, 転々, 逍遥, 遊歩
Walk make walk
Synonyms: 散歩
Saunter walk leisurely and with no apparent aim
Synonyms: うろうろ, さまよう, ぶらつく, 徘徊, 散歩, 散策, ほっつき歩く, そぞろ歩き, 漫歩, 逍遥, 遊歩
Promenade take a leisurely walk
Synonyms: 散歩
Promenade march in a procession
Synonyms: 散歩

Meanings for each kanji in 散歩

scatter; disperse; spend; squander Kanji Details »
walk; counter for steps Kanji Details »

Categories 散歩 is a member of

Locomotion self-propelled movement
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Walk the act of walking somewhere
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Junket a journey taken for pleasure
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Go change location
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Walk use one's feet to advance
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March march in a procession
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Compel force somebody to do something
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 散歩

Sample Sentences for 散歩

Let's step out for a short walk.
I would walk along the river.
My grandfather likes to walk.
I prefer going for a walk to seeing the movie.
I have no mind to go for a walk.

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