Definition of stroller in English:

stroller

Syllabification: stroll·er
Pronunciation: /ˈstrōlər
 
/

noun

1North American A chair on wheels, typically folding, in which a baby or young child can be pushed along.
More example sentences
  • People would walk by your house in sweaters and shorts, pushing their baby strollers along in front of them.
  • Following the crowd, Mia realized that she never let go of his hand; he kept a firm hold as he pushed Brady's stroller along.
  • Beach chairs and umbrellas along with rafts and almost everything else went into a battered old baby stroller my mom pushed.
2A person taking a leisurely walk: shady gardens where strollers could relax
More example sentences
  • Shoppers and strollers should walk up the road and vehicle parking should be restricted to the southern side of Cubbon Road.
  • Cops gave tickets to 513 other city strollers for walking through a red light.
  • A casual stroller or a citizen walking to a building on MG Road should be prepared for some heavy-duty hurdles.

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