move by putting forward each foot in turn, not having both feet off the ground at once
journey on foot
distance of this
manner or style of walking; gait
path or route for walking
"walking is a healthy form of exercise"
"he worked the pitcher for a base on balls"
"he had a funny walk"
"he took a walk after lunch"
"after the blizzard he shoveled the front walk"
"it happens in all walks of life"
"Walk, don't run!"
"We walked instead of driving"
"She walks with a slight limp"
"The patient cannot walk yet"
"Walk over to the cabinet"
"I'll walk you to your car"
"Walk the tightrope"
"Paul walked the streets of Damascus"
"She walks 3 miles every day"
"walk in sadness"
"We must walk with our dispossessed brothers and sisters"
"Walk with God"
"The horses walked across the meadow"
"He walks the horse up the mountain"
"Walk the dog twice a day"
"The lovers held hands while walking"
"We like to walk every Sunday"
Taking her for long weekend walks in the park.
出自： Sara Maitland
Would ye rob the man before his body? Nay, he would walk!
出自： R. L. Stevenson
Why do you always walk ahead of me when we walk together?
The bear thought he was dead and walked away.
Should you meet a jaguar in the jungle, just turn slowly, walk away.But slowly, never look back.
你在丛林中若碰上美洲虎,就慢慢转身走开,可一定要慢,切莫回头看。 walk sb ⇔ away
He put his arm round me and walked me away .
我错过了末班车,只得走回家。 walk sb ⇔ back
Don't worry about going home in the dark,Jim will walk you back.
We said good-bye, then he turned and walked off without another word.
我们说了声“再见”,他便转身离去,没再说一句话。 walk sth ⇔ off
Small farmers in that country are facing a severe crisis and many are walking off their farms.
在那个国家里,小农场的主人们面临严重危机,许多人正在离开他们的农场。 walk sb ⇔ off
The policeman walked John off.
警察把约翰带走了。 walk sth ⇔ off
I have to walk off this ache in my knee.
He tried to walk off the effect of the drink.
They started back in a mood of depression, but had walked it off before they got home.
My mother, in spite of her age, is so healthy that she can still walk me off my feet.
If you want to leisurely stroll through the museum, don't take that guide, she will walk all of you off your feet.
You've walked me off my legs.
我喜欢在草地上而不喜欢在道路上行走,草地要柔软得多。 walk on sb/sth
Why do you let him walk on you like that all the time?
It's difficult not to walk on her feelings, as her sensitivity is so much finer than other people's.
要处处顾全到她的感情真困难,因为她比其他人要敏感得多。 walk on eggshells
Why are you walking on eggshells?I'm not sensitive about that matter any more.
She always walks on eggshells around her boss.
在老板身边,她总是小心翼翼的。 walk on air
He was so happy when he heard he had been accepted for the post that he felt he was walking on air.
On hearing the news she was so elated that she felt herself walking on air.
He walked on air for getting a high mark.
I think I'll walk out for a little while to get a breath of fresh air.
我想出去走走,呼吸一下新鲜空气。 walk out
The workers walked out yesterday when their demands for a rise in their pay were rejected.
Construction workers walked out in protest at the sacking of bricklayers over 50.
建筑工人举行罢工,抗议解雇五十岁以上的砌砖工人。 walk out
The speaker had an obvious prejudice against women, so all the female participants walked out of the meeting room.
The representatives of the offended country walked out when the opposing speaker took the floor.
当对方开始发言时,受攻击国家的代表退席抗议。 walk out to-v
Representatives of six nations walked out to show their opposition to the vote.6
个国家的代表退出以示反对投票表决。 walk sb ⇔ out
She walked the child out.
她把孩子带出去了。 walk out
During the first weeks of basic training recruits are not permitted to walk out.
在最初的几周基本训练时间内,新兵不得请假离开营房。 walk out
John and Mary are walking out together.
走过去往窗里瞧。 walk over
Let's not take the car, we can easily walk over.
He walked over to the window to read the letter more easily.
他走到窗户边,这样看信更方便些。 walk sb/sth ⇔ over
I'll walk you over to your place, you shouldn't go alone on such a dark night.
我们是走着去你婶母家还是坐汽车去呢? walk sb/sth ⇔ round
Why don't you walk the dog round for half an hour or so?It'll give you some exercise, and probably calm you.
The old man walked up slowly.
老人慢慢地走上楼去。 walk sth ⇔ up
If you walk up the street, you'll see many shops.
I was walking up Zhong Shan Road when I suddenly heard someone calling me from behind.
我沿着中山路向前走去,突然听到背后有人叫我。 walk up
Tom shouted:“walk up, ladies and gentlemen, and see our wonderful collection of freaks.”
Joan walked up to her husband and sat down.
误 Let's walk to the shop on foot.
正 Let's go to the shop on foot.
析 walk本身的意思就是go on foot,因此不能再与on foot连用。
误 My watch walks five minutes.
正 My watch is five minutes fast.
析 表示钟、表“走得快〔慢〕”这种意思时不能用walk或go,应该用be fast〔slow〕或gain〔lose〕。