English version

cruising

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcruisingcruis‧ing /ˈkruːzɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  1 the activity of taking a holiday on a cruise ship2 American English when young people drive cars slowly down a particular street as a way of being with their friends a sign saying ‘No cruising’3 when someone looks for sexual partners in bars, restaurants, on the street etc
Examples from the Corpus
cruisingThe city council has banned cruising on 10th Street.She was launched in 1990 and is extensively equipped for cruising and racing.With a stout ship and the right sort of clothes to withstand the weather some good cruising can be enjoyed.The Royals seem to use the royal yacht purely for privileged leisure cruising - at our vast expense.Special rates for children have made cruising one of the most affordable of family vacations.This yacht is extensively equipped for world-wide cruising.
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