Definición de roam en inglés:

roam

Saltos de línea: roam
Pronunciación: /rəʊm
 
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verbo

[no object, with adverbial of direction]
1Move about or travel aimlessly or unsystematically, especially over a wide area: tigers once roamed over most of Asia (as adjective roaming) roaming elephants
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  • It houses a remarkable collection of animals - most kept, as one might expect in such a civilized country, in large enclosures in which they can roam about with some semblance of freedom.
  • The film-making, which is claustrophobic and closely tied to the heat of the moment, puts us alongside him as he roams about his apartment and the reform school where he works.
  • Anywhere he roams, she is there, a reminder of the fragility of his heart and of his sham relationships.
1.1 [with object] Travel unsystematically over, through, or about (a place): gangs of youths roamed the streets unopposed
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  • Frankie is the leader of a skinhead gang, roaming the streets, getting into bar fights and trashing the occasional record store.
  • Charlie roams the streets at night and goes into movie theaters, craving human interaction.
  • His interests, however, were not confined to optical recording but also included his emotional reaction to roaming the streets at night.
Sinónimos
wander, rove, ramble, meander, drift, maunder; walk, traipse; prowl; range, travel, tramp, traverse, trek through; Scottish & Irishstravaig; Irishstreel
informal knock about/around, cruise, mosey, tootle
British informal pootle, swan
1.2(Of a person’s eyes or hands) pass lightly over something without stopping: her eyes roamed over the chattering women [with object]: he let his eyes roam her face
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  • It was obvious from where he slouched at the bar and where his eyes roamed that he was a pepper man.
  • His concept was to pinpoint the exact intersection of every latitude and longitude line in South Africa, and standing on that point, let his eye roam until it framed an image he wished to record on camera.
  • Gehry designed a visually active rather than passive interior: the lines of the balconies loop the hall so that the eye roams the space in continuous movement.
1.3 [no object] (Of a person’s mind or thoughts) drift along without dwelling on anything in particular: he let his mind roam as he walked
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  • Let your imagination roam freely over the facts you have collected.
  • She taught me to let my imagination roam freely.
  • One of the people who encouraged him to let his imagination roam was his friend, Pierre.
1.4 (often as noun roaming) Use a mobile phone on another operator’s network, typically while abroad: packages in which you pay a slightly higher fee when roaming on other networks every day consumers face hidden costs on roaming and text messages Orange now allows Pay As You Go mobile phone customers to roam in the US
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  • However, not all new Wi-Fi solutions are designed to support voice or cellular to Wi-Fi roaming capabilities.
  • The slump in regional travel has also cut heavily into the lucrative GSM international roaming market.
  • By overlapping cells, the network conquers the line-of-sight problem, enabling customers to roam.

sustantivo

[in singular] Volver al principio  
An aimless walk.

Origen

Middle English: of unknown origin.

Derivativos

roamer

sustantivo
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  • They were uncentered roamers, like gypsies moving over a space incomprehensibly large to a European eye.
  • Whilst his dad was also a midfielder roamer, all left foot and direct, Jason is a natural right-footer who has a go when the nets are within shooting distance.
  • You are a roamer and need adventure, excitement, and freedom.

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