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Meaning of “walk” - Learner’s Dictionary

walk

verb     /wɔːk/
A1 [I, T] to move forward by putting one foot in front of the other and then repeating the action: She walks to school. We walked twenty miles in all.Moving on foot
walk sb home/to sth
to walk with someone in order to guide them or keep them safe: He walked me to my house.Moving on footTaking someone somewhere or telling them the way
walk the dog
to walk with a dog to give the dog exerciseMoving on foot
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