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1. wander about. 2. talk or write confusedly.
英语解释:to talk or write for a long time, not always keeping to the intended subject or tending to change the subject
英语解释:a walk for pleasure, usually in the countryside and sometimes without a fixed route in mind
When someone rambles they wander about aimlessly. They take a stroll, that is, walk for pleasure especially in the countryside. When you ramble you just walk along without any serious purpose or a fixed destination.
Ramble also means to go on talking about something in a confused manner, with the result that the listeners feel bored. When a writer rambles they might be writing about things not really connected with the topic of their book. The book therefore may be boring.
- As he rambled on along the seashore, he felt quite refreshed. He felt he did a good thing in taking a day off from his busy routine in the city to enjoy walk along the quiet shore.
- The book made no impression on the readers mainly because the author rambled. He wrote at length about many matters not really having anything to do with the subject.