stroller

[stroh-ler]
noun
1.
a person who takes a leisurely walk; saunterer.
2.
a wanderer; vagrant.
3.
an itinerant performer.
4.
a four-wheeled, often collapsible, chairlike carriage in which small children are pushed.

Origin:
1600–10; stroll + -er1

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stroller (ˈstrəʊlə)
 
n
(US), (Canadian), (Austral) buggy Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) pushchair a usually collapsible chair-shaped carriage in which a small child may be wheeled

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Example sentences
More tension here: these towpaths are narrow, and stroller and cyclist co-exist
  uneasily.
What sucks is when the wheel keeps falling off the stroller.
How to pursue an academic career while pushing a stroller has long been a topic
  of debate in faculty lounges.
Quite often a stroller will have had a lot of wine to drink and be tired and
  warm, and the street name will seem appropriate.
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