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walk

verb /woːk/
(of people or animals) to (cause to) move on foot at a pace slower than running, never having both or all the feet off the ground at once
andar, caminar
He walked across the room and sat down How long will it take to walk to the station? She walks her dog in the park every morning.
to travel on foot for pleasure
caminar, andar, ir a pie, pasear
We’re going walking in the hills for our holidays.
to move on foot along
caminar/andar (por)
It’s dangerous to walk the streets of the city alone after dark.
walker noun a person who goes walking for pleasure
paseante; excursionista
We met a party of walkers as we were going home.
walkie-talkie noun a portable two-way radio
walkie-talkie, transmisor-receptor portátil
The soldiers spoke to each other on the walkie-talkie.
walking stick noun a stick used (especially as an aid to balance) when walking
bastón
The old lady has been using a walking stick since she hurt her leg.
walkover noun an easy victory
victoria fácil
It was a walkover! We won 8–nil.
walkway noun a path etc for pedestrians only
pasaje peatonal
a pedestrian walkway.
walk all over (someone) to pay no respect to (a person’s) rights, feelings etc
pisotear, tratar mal a alguien, dar coces a alguien
He’ll walk all over you if you let him.
walk off with phrasal verb to win easily
llevarse de calle, ganar con facilidad
He walked off with all the prizes at the school sports day.
to steal
mangar, birlar, chorizar
The thieves have walked off with my laptop.
walk of life noun a way of earning one’s living; an occupation or profession
ocupación, profesión; esfera; condición (social)
People from all walks of life went to the minister’s funeral.
walk on air to feel extremely happy etc
estar en las nubes, estar encantado
She has been walking on air since he asked her to marry him.
(Definition of walk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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