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Date: 1500-1600
Language: French
Origin: promener 'to take for a walk', from Latin prominare 'to drive forward'

promenade

noun
     
Related topics: Outdoor, Roads
prom‧e‧nade [countable]
1 British EnglishTTR a wide road next to the beach, where people can walk for pleasure
2 old-fashionedDLO a walk for pleasure in a public place:
an evening promenade

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