Word: walk

Category: walk

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Related words: walk

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Synonyms: walk

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: walk

spanish
caminar, pasear, andar, ir


german
gehen, marsch, laufen, spazieren, gang, ...

french
passer, promener, démarche, aller, traverser, ...

italian
camminata, passeggiata, marcia

portuguese
andar, caminhada, gales, caminhar

dutch
lopen, mars, tippelen, marcheren

russian
гулять, гулянье, прошвырнуться, последовать, пройтись, ...

norwegian
spasertur, spasere

swedish

finnish
tepastella, talsia, marssia, tallustella, kävellä

danish
spadseretur, marchere, gå, tur

czech
cesta, procházka, vodit, dráha, jít, ...

polish
chód, stęp, spacerować, deptak, zawód, ...

hungarian
járásmód

greek
σεργιανίζω, περπατώ

ukrainian
шмагання

albanian
eci

belarusian
хадзiць, стопень

estonian
pardaliist

croatian
hodanje, kretati, šetnji, ići, kretanje, ...

icelandic
ganga

latin
ambulare

lithuanian
eiti, vaikščioti

latvian
vest, vadāt, iet

romanian
plimbare, umbla

slovenian
hoja, hoditi, sprehod

slovak
kráčať, chodiť

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The meaning and "use of": walk

noun
  • an act of traveling or an excursion on foot.
  • an unhurried rate of movement on foot.
  • an instance of being awarded (or allowing a batter to reach) first base after not swinging at four balls pitched outside the strike zone.

verb
  • move at a regular and fairly slow pace by lifting and setting down each foot in turn, never having both feet off the ground at once.
  • cause or enable (someone or something) to walk or move as though walking.

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