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散歩, さんぽ

  • sanpo


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • walk
  • stroll

Examples of 散歩,さんぽ in a Sentence

Let's take a walk in the park.
How about going for a walk? "Why not? I'd be glad to."
May I accompany you on your walk?
One sunny day in April, I went out for a walk.
One morning he went for a walk.
One day he set off on a long walk around the town.
Would you join me for a walk?
Estella and I are going for a walk.
It being a fine day, I took a walk in the suburbs.
I don't feel like taking a walk this morning.

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