walk en Anglais
v. stroll, stride; travel by foot; lead, guide; accompany; conduct
v. drum, tumble; full, clean and thicken fabric during the manufacturing process, mill; flex, bend
After our first walk through such a big museum and the streets in downtown Madrid, we were really hungry.
On the first day, we walked for around four hours; that might not sound like a lot, but we were destroyed by nightfall.
What were all these things for? Little by little, we walked until we arrived to the center of the village, it was almost full of people.
Just after lunch we decided to go for a walk through the village.
Every day you can see her walking with them.
Amy is walking dogs for three different people at the moment.
I remember walking in the market one day and overhearing a conversation between two merchants.
I walked out of the room later with a smile, beaming on my face from ear to ear.
I once got lost and a man walked with me for around two kilometres until reaching the closest bus stop, located in the opposite direction to where he was going!
John was walking home from school when a group of older boys school jumped out from behind a fence.
1. gait: stride, step, tread, pace, traipse, hoof, foot
2. stroll: saunter, hike, march, turn, pace, promenade, tramp
3. field: course, sphere, area, career, beat, behaviour, conduct
4. path: sidewalk, lane, avenue, alley, passage, promenade, footpath
5. hike: step, stride, stroll, tramp, tread, trudge, trek