Definition of paseo
1a : a leisurely usually evening stroll : promenadeb : a public walk or boulevard
2 : a formal entrance march of bullfighters into an arena
Recent Examples of paseo from the Web
The horses were in festive finery and obedient to every subtle command from perfect-posture riders whose stiff-brimmed Cordobés hats complemented their high-waisted paseo trousers, short jackets — chaquetillas camperas — and tall leather boots.
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Origin and Etymology of paseo
Spanish, from pasear to take a stroll, from paso passage, step, from Latin passus
First Known Use: 1832See Words from the same year
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