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VERB 走;行走;走路 When you walk, you move forward by putting one foot in front of the other in a regular way.
Rosanna and Forbes walked in silence for some while...
We walked into the foyer...
N-COUNT 漫步;散步 A walk is a journey that you make by walking, usually for pleasure.
I went for a walk...
He often took long walks in the hills.
N-SING 步行的距离(或路程) A walk of a particular distance is the distance which a person has to walk to get somewhere.
It was only a three-mile walk to Kabul from there...
The church is a short walk from Piazza Dante.
N-COUNT 步行小径;(适宜散步的)小径，道路 A walk is a route suitable for walking along for pleasure.
There is a 2 mile coastal walk from Craster to Newton.
N-SING 走;行走;步行 A walk is the action of walking rather than running.
She slowed to a steady walk.
N-SING 步态;走路的样子 Someone's walk is the way that they walk.
George, despite his great height and gangling walk, was a keen dancer.
VERB 陪同;陪伴护送 If you walk someone somewhere, you walk there with them in order to show politeness or to make sure that they get there safely.
She walked me to my car...
'What a nice gentleman you are, to walk Hilary home,' her mother said.
VERB 遛(狗);带(狗)溜达 If you walk your dog, you take it for a walk in order to keep it healthy.
I walk my dog each evening around my local streets.