English to Galician Meaning :: walk

Walk :
andar
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Noun(1) the act of traveling by foot(2) (baseball(3) manner of walking(4) the act of walking somewhere(5) a path set aside for walking(6) a slow gait of a horse in which two feet are always on the ground(7) careers in general
Verb(1) use one's feet to advance; advance by steps(2) accompany or escort(3) obtain a base on balls(4) traverse or cover by walking(5) give a base on balls to(6) live or behave in a specified manner(7) be or act in association with(8) walk at a pace(9) make walk(10) take a walk; go for a walk; walk for pleasure

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(1) Seriously, my family have been wonderfully supportive and I hope we'll have time to enjoy a nice walk together.(2) Ace quickly slowed to a walk and turned around, picking up the trot again and she clicked a few times.(3) This caused a bit of a commotion as the hospital grounds are quite large and it was a five minute walk to reach the main entrance.(4) Audiences access these soundscapes with headphones as they walk a predetermined route through the city.(5) A fine crowd enjoyed a lovely walk and the event raised substantial sponsorship for the newly launched project.(6) I went for a walk by the lake(7) She then described the route of the walk to a crowd of about 60 and unveiled the map on the signpost.(8) you can walk in 21,000 acres of moorland(9) They cantered, unhindered, to the edge of the forest, where they slowed to a walk .(10) In pre-railway racing, horses had to walk from one race to another, which sometimes took weeks.(11) For some reason, the distance was supposedly a hike, when it was a short walk , maybe five minutes.(12) I do believe that our paths will cross again, Maria, and we shall walk humbly with our Savior.(13) the spring was back in his walk(14) It is deliberately hard to find, and reportedly involves an eight-mile walk from the nearest road.(15) It wasn't like it was incredibly dangerous, but just in case, she slowed to a fast walk .(16) This seems a little strange since she was staying in The Savoy hotel, a mere five minute walk from the venue.
Related Words
(1) to walk ::
camiñar
(2) walk away ::
marchar
(3) go for a walk ::
dar un paseo
(4) take a walk ::
dar un paseo
(5) walk around ::
camiñar arredor
(6) walk out ::
saír
(7) walk up ::
subir
(8) walk alone ::
andar só
Synonyms
Noun
1. stroll ::
paseo
2. path ::
camiño
3. gait ::
marcha
4. walking ::
Rutas
5. pass ::
pasar
6. walk of life ::
clase social
7. walkway ::
paseo
Verb
8. stroll ::
paseo
9. accompany ::
seguir
10. take the air ::
tomar aire
Different Forms
walk, walked, walker, walkers, walking, walks
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Hey, buddy, why don\

Hey, buddy, why don't we go for a WALK so you can calm down?

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 9


Am I gonna be happy at the end of this walk?

Am I gonna be happy at the end of this WALK?

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 9


Really?
Because usually we walk side by side,

Really? Because usually we WALK side by side,

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 21


So that\

So that's a huge relief and, you know, we could WALK there if we had to.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 5


I walk. Think and walk.

I WALK. Think and WALK.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 9


English to Galician Dictionary: walk

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