walk verb (MOVE ON FOOT) translate to Traditional Chinese
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walk

verb (MOVE ON FOOT)
行走
 
 
/wɔːk/ US  /wɑːk/
[I or T] to move along by putting one foot in front of the other, allowing each foot to touch the ground before lifting the next
走,步行,行走
I walked home.
我走路回家的。
A cat was walking along the top of the fence.
一隻貓在籬笆頂上走著。
He walks two kilometres to work every morning.
他每天早晨步行兩公里去上班。
→  See also jaywalk , sleepwalk (sleepwalker) ,at sleepwalker Walking and walkers
[T] To walk someone to a particular place is to walk with them until they have reached it, usually because you are being friendly or polite, wish to protect them from danger, or to show them the way
陪(某人)走;步行送(某人)
He offered to walk her home/to the station.
他提出陪她走回家/到車站。
Taking someone somewhere or telling them the way
[T] to take an animal, especially a dog, for a walk
牽著(動物)散步;遛(狗等)
She walks the dog for an hour every afternoon.
她每天下午都遛一小時狗。
Walking and walkers
a walking disaster/encyclopedia, etc. someone who seems to be a human form of disaster/encyclopedia,
活災難(指帶來災難的人)/活百科全書等
You've broken another pair of glasses? - Oh, you're a walking disaster!
你又摔壞了一副眼鏡?——唉,你真是個掃把星!
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(Definition of walk verb (MOVE ON FOOT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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