1. perambulator => pram.
2. promenade => prom.
- pram (n.)
- "baby carriage," 1881, shortening of perambulator, perhaps influenced by pram "flat-bottomed boat" especially a type used in the Baltic (1540s), from Old Norse pramr, from Balto-Slavic (compare Polish prom, Russian poromu "ferryboat," Czech pram "raft"), from PIE *pro-, from root *per- (1) "forward, through" (see per).
- 1. I'd like to know who's been messing about with the pram.
- 2. They brought along Laura Jane in a pram.
- 3. She ran in chase of the pram.
- 4. She sat the baby up in the pram.
- 5. Her baby caught his fingers in the spokes of the pram wheel.
[ pram 造句 ]