saunter en Indonesio
v. berjalan-jalan, berjalan pelan-pelan
The two men sauntered languidly to the table and examined what was under the covers.
They rose up and sauntered down the walk together.
From Las Vistillas Manuel walked down to the Ronda de Segovia. As he sauntered along Aguila Street he noticed that Señor Ignacio's place was still closed. Manuel went into the house and asked in the patio for Salomé.
He had taken the train the night before at the railway station where his uncle was superintendent. On reaching Almazán, he had to wait more than an hour for a mixed train, so he sauntered through the deserted streets to kill time.
Roberto sauntered about, peering eagerly info the courtyard. Manuel trailed after him indifferently.
All the guests were sauntering about the garden.
He got off the bus a couple blocks up and sauntered down past the alleyway that ran back to the Log Cabin Bar&Grill.
In due course one by one the idlers got up and sauntered back to the meadow where supper was cooking.
Presently the diners began to go in little groups, and Margaret suggested that they should saunter towards the Madeleine.
Saturday afternoon found us particularly motivated, and we managed to saunter down to SoHo for a few hours.