|Origin:||Perhaps from roam|
to talk for a long time in a way that does not seem clearly organized, so that other people find it difficult to understand you:
She's getting old and she tends to ramble a bit.
2 [always + adverb/preposition] British EnglishDLO
to go on a walk in the countryside for pleasure [↪ hike]:
There's plenty to discover as you ramble around this little island.
a plant that rambles grows in all directions
ramble onphrasal verb
ramble on about
My father kept rambling on about the war.