Walk

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Definition

to walk: to travel on foot
verb

to walk (a dog): to take (a dog) for a walk, for exercise
verb

(to take, to go for) a walk: (to take, to go for) a period of traveling by foot
noun
Let's go for a walk. It's a beautiful day and we should be outside!

(he has a confident) walk: (he has a confident) gait, way or style of walking
noun
Pronunciation examples
UK: It's a beautiful night, let's go for a walk.
US: I have a new pair of shoes and now I am ready to walk.
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Examples

  • "Every comedy show has already parodied every Aaron Sorkin trope: the walking and talking."
  • "Remember, a wise man once said, 'you have to learn to crawl before you can walk'."
  • "You ignore the ad, but as you're walking past, you get hit in the face by a big blast of TigerLily fragrance."
  • "They are sad, mad, they just walk on the floor."
  • "Edward : Yeah, I know what you mean, there's something about his walk."
  • "Jean : I want to have a little walk first."
  • "Watch this: Come on Stink, let's take a nice walk!"
  • "But I really enjoy taking her on walks through the park."
  • "Can a president truly be effective when he has to walk a small dog twice a day?"
  • "Walking a dog can be so good for your health, it's great exercise!"

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