English to Welsh Meaning :: perambulator

Perambulator :
perambulator
- perambulatorcoetsys
 

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Noun(1) a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around

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(1) If at all possible have your scatterbrained inventor associate construct some sort of battery-operated amphibious perambulator .(2) She may look as though life has dealt her a pretty poor hand, but behold, there's a baby in that perambulator , so obviously the lucky mother now comprehends all that was previously ineffable.(3) On traffic the laws say that no person shall bring into the parks any bicycle, skateboard, roller-skates, roller blades, or other vehicle, except an invalid chair, carriage or perambulator .(4) In the clanky black perambulator was her latest babe.(5) Indeed, hard pressed parents who stop for a chat as they push little Johnny or Joanie about in their perambulators should keep their eyes peeled just in case.
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Noun
1. pram ::
pram
3. go-cart ::
go-cart
4. baby carriage ::
cerbyd babi
5. pusher ::
pusher
6. carriage ::
cerbyd
7. stroller ::
strollers
8. pushchair ::
cadair wthio
Different Forms
perambulator, perambulators
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