Translation of stroller in Spanish:

stroller

Pronunciation: /ˈstrəʊlər; ˈstrəʊlə(r)/

n

  • 1 (person) paseante (masculine and feminine)
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    • 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.
  • 2 (pushchair) (American English/inglés norteamericano) sillita (f) (de paseo), cochecito (m), carreola (f) (Mexico/México)
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    • From the street, there was the sound of police sirens, the bus hitting the stroller and an assortment of screams and squealing brakes.
    • We're taking the car seat and a stroller and all the toys that distract her for more than fractions of actual seconds.
    • Tverskaya Street, the capital's principal artery, is filled with strollers, late-model cars, and outdoor cafés.

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