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British pronunciation/mˈɔːndɐ/
American pronunciation/mˈɔːndɚ/
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to talk continuously and aimlessly

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to move or act in an absent-minded or idle manner, without a clear purpose or direction

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The professor maundered through the lecture, veering off topic frequently.
During the interview, the nervous candidate maundered nervously, rambling on about irrelevant experiences and qualifications.
As the evening grew late, the tired speaker began to maunder, causing some of the audience to struggle to stay engaged.
The politician maundered through his speech, failing to address any of the pressing issues facing the community.
As the conversation wore on, she started to maunder, her thoughts becoming increasingly disjointed and scattered.
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