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wandering
'wɑːndərɪŋ
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Of a path e.g..
  2. Having no fixed course.
  3. Migratory.
(名) As a noun
  1. Travelling about without any clear destination.
Hyphenationwan•der•ing
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
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徘徊páihuáito dither; to hesitate; to pace back and forth; by ext. to hover around; to linger
流浪liúlàngto drift about; to wander; to roam; nomadic; homeless; unsettled (e.g. population); vagrant
梦话mènghuàtalking in one's sleep; words spoken during sleep; fig. speech bearing no relation to reality; delusions
游移yóuyíto wander; to shift around; to waver; to vacillate
漫步mànbùto wander; to ramble; recreational hiking; to perambulate
游荡yóudàngto wander; to roam about; to loaf about; to be idle
游走yóuzǒuwandering; unfixed; to migrate
云游yúnyóuto wander (typically of an errant priest)
乱逛luànguàngto wander
yóuwander, roam, travel
偏离piānlíto deviate; to diverge; to wander
浮游fúyóuto float; to drift; to wander; variant of 蜉蝣
辗转zhǎnzhuǎnto toss about in bed; from person to person; indirectly; to wander
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