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(in Spain or Spanish-speaking parts of the south-western US) a leisurely walk or stroll, especially one taken in the evening in which young people may socialize with each other.
- ‘It seemed so quintessentially Spanish; the country of the paseo, the promenade, has an instinctively social culture, and its faith in public solidarity has proved vibrant at the very point of most threat.’
- ‘Besides sitting still, the only other vital Madrid pastime is the paseo, the evening city stroll.’
Spanish, literally step.
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