[ US /ˈwɑk, ˈwɔk/ ]
[ UK /wˈɔːk/ ]
  1. live or behave in a specified manner
    walk in sadness
  2. traverse or cover by walking
    She walks 3 miles every day
    Walk the tightrope
    Paul walked the streets of Damascus
  3. give a base on balls to
  4. make walk
    Walk the dog twice a day
    He walks the horse up the mountain
  5. use one's feet to advance; advance by steps
    She walks with a slight limp
    Walk, don't run!
    The patient cannot walk yet
    We walked instead of driving
    Walk over to the cabinet
  6. obtain a base on balls
  7. accompany or escort
    I'll walk you to your car
  8. be or act in association with
    We must walk with our dispossessed brothers and sisters
    Walk with God
  9. walk at a pace
    The horses walked across the meadow
  10. take a walk; go for a walk; walk for pleasure
    The lovers held hands while walking
    We like to walk every Sunday
  1. the act of traveling by foot
    walking is a healthy form of exercise
  2. a slow gait of a horse in which two feet are always on the ground
  3. careers in general
    it happens in all walks of life
  4. the act of walking somewhere
    he took a walk after lunch
  5. a path set aside for walking
    after the blizzard he shoveled the front walk
  6. (baseball) an advance to first base by a batter who receives four balls
    he worked the pitcher for a base on balls
  7. manner of walking
    he had a funny walk
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How To Use walk In A Sentence

  • We had to walk across a ploughed field.
  • The battery-operated doll comes complete with walkie-talkie and a wardrobe choice of military fatigues or bolero jacket and gold trousers.
  • Rose doubled over when Facer walked in wearing his funny clothes.
  • Sue walked down the aisle towards the restroom.
  • The strike had been planned as a 24-hour walkout but has been extended three times. Times, Sunday Times
  • However, O'Kane's favourite pastime is hillwalking in the Wicklow hills.
  • Two bus-rides and a walk in the rain later we found the old dairy farm, muttering under our breaths about the wisdom of locating such an establishment way out in the sticks.
  • He walked out and claims he then saw his 26-year-old girlfriend being manhandled.
  • She had sore feet from walking on hard pavements all day.
  • His first impulse was to turn around and walk away, blank her out, pretend he hadn't even seen.
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