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walking

noun [U] uk   /ˈwɔː.kɪŋ/ us    /ˈwɑː-/
A2 the activity of going for a walk, especially for pleasure in the countryside: We're going walking in Wales for a week. a pair of walking/hiking boots a walking stick the sport of walking fast over long distances
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Translations of “walking”
in Korean 걸음, 걷기…
in Arabic مَشي…
in Portuguese caminhada…
in Catalan passejar, senderisme…
in Japanese 歩くこと, ウォーキング…
in Italian il camminare, escursionismo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 走,步行,徒步旅行, 競走(運動)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 走,步行,徒步旅行, 竞走(运动)…
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