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gait

noun [C] uk   us   /ɡeɪt/
formal a particular way of walking: He walked with a slow stiff gait. the particular way a horse walks or runs: The pony's gait slowed from a canter to a trot.
Translations of “gait”
in Arabic مَشية…
in Korean 걸음걸이…
in Malaysian gaya jalan…
in French démarche…
in Turkish yürüyüş tarzı…
in Italian incedere, andatura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 步態, 步履, (馬)奔跑或行走的方式…
in Russian походка…
in Polish chód…
in Vietnamese dáng đi…
in Spanish andar…
in Portuguese balanço, andar…
in Thai ท่าเดิน…
in German der Gang…
in Catalan manera de caminar…
in Japanese 歩き方, 歩き方の癖…
in Indonesian cara berjalan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 步态, 步履, (马)奔跑或行走的方式…
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