- dwalen; ronddwalen; overal heen trekken; rondzwerven; ronddwalen; rondtrekken
- move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
"the wandering Jew"
- go via an indirect route or at no set pace
"After dinner, we wandered into town"
- Don't wander off like that.
- Wolves wander in the woods.
- Do not wander in speech!
- Not all those who wander are lost.
- Tatoeba: Don't wander by here on Friday nights, kids.
- Let's just wander and see where it takes us.
- We can't wander around the park at night.
- Maybe I'll just wander off on my own.
- We can't let Tom wander around the mall.
- We can't let Tom wander around the park by himself.
- You had better not wander around here by yourself.
- Hey, Cleo. Don't wander around too much, OK? We've only just entered the park.
- Small children tend to wander off if you don't watch them all the time.
- If you could only see the twisted fantasies that wander about in my head...
- Hamlet spends the first half of the play buying time so he won't have to make a decision and his madness allows him the freedom to wander unopposed.