I had never heard of this word before moving to London. Buggy, yes. Pram, no. So here's your lesson… a pram is a stroller.
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Have you heard of "pumping"? Because my children attend british school, they were able to elighten us of the meaning (passing gas). Of course, me in all my American glory was in the hospital with a newborn and told the nurse I would just finish "pumping" or in their terms "expressing" a bottle of milk. Several weeks later I realized why the nurses looked at me funny after sharing that information with them.
That’s hilarious Sherrill! I didn’t know that.
"Pram" is short for perambulator. To perambulate is a fancy way of saying to walk.
Well I didn’t know that either.
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