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walk /wɔ:k/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự đi bộ; sự bước
- to come at a walk: đi bộ đến
- sự dạo chơi
- to go for (to take) a walk: đi dạo chơi, đi dạo một vòng
- cách đi, cách bước, dáng đi
- to know someone by his walk: nhận ra một người qua dáng đi
- quãng đường (đi bộ)
- the station is only a short walk from my house: ga chỉ cách nhà một quãng ngắn
- đường, đường đi dạo chơi
- this is my favourite walk: đây là con đường đi dạo ưa thích của tôi
- đường đi, vòng đi thường lệ
- the walk of a hawker: vòng đi thường lệ của người bán hàng rong
- (thể dục,thể thao) cuộc đi bộ thi
- (nghĩa bóng) tầng lớp xã hội; nghề nghiệp; (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) ngành, lĩnh vực hoạt động
- the different walks of life: những nghề nghiệp khác nhau; những tầng lớp xã hội khác nhau
- the walks of literature: lĩnh vực văn chương
- bãi rào (chăn nuôi); sân nuôi (gà vịt)
- nội động từ
- đi, đi bộ
- to walk home: đi bộ về nhà
- đi tản bộ
- to walk one hour: đi tản bộ một tiếng đồng hồ
- (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) sống, ăn ở, cư xử
- to walk in peace: sống hoà bình với nhau
- ngoại động từ
- đi, đi bộ, đi lang thang
- to walk the streets: đi lang thang ngoài phố; làm đĩ
- cùng đi với; bắt đi; tập cho đi, dắt đi, dẫn đi
- I'll walk you home: tôi cùng đi với anh về nhà
- the policeman walked off the criminal: người cảnh sát dẫn tội phạm đi
- to walk a horse: dắt (cưỡi) ngựa đi từng bước
- to walk someone off his legs: bắt ai đi rạc cả cẳng
- to walk a baby: tập đi cho một em bé
- (thể dục,thể thao) (+ from) vượt dễ dàng; thắng dễ dàng
- to walk away from a competitor: vượt (thắng) địch thủ dễ dàng
- (thông tục) (+ with) lấy đi, nẫng đi (vật gì)
- to ask sommeone to walk in: mời người nào vào
- (từ lóng) ăn ngon lành (một món ăn gì)
- (thông tục) (+ with) lấy đi, nẫng đi (vật gì)
- to walk off one's lunch dạo chơi cho tiêu cơm
- to walk out
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) đình công, bãi công
- bỏ đi ra, đi ra khỏi
- to walk out on someone: (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) bỏ ai mà đi
- (+ with) đi chơi với (ai); nhân tình với (ai)
- to walk over
- (thể dục,thể thao) thắng dễ dàng; thắng vì không có đối thủ
- to walk up to someone: bước lại gần ai
- to walk one's beat
- (quân sự) đi tuần canh gác
- to walk the hospitals
- thực tập ở bệnh viện (học sinh y khoa)
- to walk the plank
- bị bịt mắt phải đi trên tấm ván đặt chênh vênh bên mạn tàu (một lối hành hạ của bọn cướp biển)
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) bị bắt buộc phải từ chức
+the act of traveling by foot
+(baseball) an advance to first base by a batter who receives four balls
+manner of walking
+the act of walking somewhere
+a path set aside for walking
+a slow gait of a horse in which two feet are always on the ground
+careers in general
+use one's feet to advance; advance by steps
+traverse or cover by walking
+accompany or escort
+obtain a base on balls
+live or behave in a specified manner
+take a walk; go for a walk; walk for pleasure
+give a base on balls to
+be or act in association with
+walk at a pace
Advanced English Dictionary
1 advance, proceed, move, go, wend, go or make (one's) way by foot, tread, step, perambulate, stalk, stride, tramp, stroll, amble, ramble, ambulate, shamble, pad, shuffle, saunter, trudge, trek, plod, slog, hike, parade, promenade, strut, swagger, prance, march, goose-step, pace, trip, sidle, tiptoe, sashay, flounce, stagger, lurch, limp, waddle, stamp, mince, slink, steal, prowl, skulk, sneak, creep, Colloq go by or ride by shanks's or shanks' mare or pony, hoof it, foot it, traipse, pussyfoot, Slang US boogie:
Guthrie certainly has a peculiar way of walking.
2 take, convoy, accompany, escort, go with; conduct, lead; empty:
Let me walk you to the station. I have to walk the dog twice a day.
3 patrol, trace out, stalk, cover, haunt, prowl, wander, roam, rove or range about in or on, frequent:
Her mother could not understand why Maizie walked the streets nightly.
4 walk out.
(a) leave, depart, desert; walk out on:
She just walked out and no one has seen her since.
(b) strike, go (out) on strike, protest, take industrial action, Brit down tools:
Negotiations reached an impasse, so the employees walked out.
5 path, lane, pathway, pavement, footpath, promenade, esplanade, boardwalk, Brit footway, US sidewalk:
We strolled along the pleasant walks that lead through the park.
6 gait, step, carriage, bearing, stride:
He had great fun imitating Groucho Marx's slinky walk.
7 constitutional, stroll, amble; slog, tramp, hike:
Lettie likes to take a walk in the park after dinner. We had a five-day walk through the jungle before reaching civilization.
verb, nounCollocation Dictionary
1 [usually +adv./prep.] to move or go somewhere by putting one foot in front of the other on the ground, but without running: [V] The baby is just learning to walk. + 'How did you get here?' 'I walked.' + He walked slowly away from her. + The door opened and Jo walked in. + She missed the bus and had to walk home. + The school is within easy walking distance of the train station. + [VN] Children here walk several miles to school.
2 (also go walking) (both especially BrE) to spend time walking for pleasure: [V] We're going walking in the mountains this summer. + I walked across Scotland with a friend. + [VN] They love walking the moors.
3 [VN +adv./prep.] to go somewhere with sb on foot, especially in order to make sure they get there safely: He always walked her home.
4 [VN] to take an animal for a walk; to make an animal walk somewhere: They walk their dogs every day. + She walked the horse around the ring.
5 [V] (informal) to disappear; to be taken away: Lock up any valuables. Things tend to walk here (= be stolen).
6 [V] (literary) (of a ghost) to appear
Idioms: run before you can walk to do things that are difficult, without learning the basic skills first
walk the beat (of police officers) to walk around the area that they are responsible for
walk free to be allowed to leave a court of law, etc., without receiving any punishment
walk it (spoken)
1 to go somewhere on foot instead of in a vehicle, etc: It's not very far. We can easily walk it.
2 to easily achieve sth that you want: It's not a difficult exam. You'll walk it!
walk sb off their feet (informal) to make sb walk so far or so fast that they are very tired: I hope I haven't walked you off your feet.
walk off the job (AmE) to stop working in order to go on strike
walk the plank (in the past) to walk along a board placed over the side of a ship and fall into the sea, as a punishment
walk the streets to walk around the streets of a town or city: Is it safe to walk the streets alone at night?
walk tall to feel proud and confident
more at AIR n., AISLE, LINE n., MEMORY LANE, THIN adj., TIGHTROPE
Phrasal Verbs: walk away (from sb/sth) to leave a difficult situation or relationship, etc. instead of staying and trying to deal with it: He was tempted to walk away from the problem.
walk away with sth (informal) to win or obtain sth easily: She walked away with the gold medal.
walk in on sb/sth to enter a room when sb in there is doing sth private and does not expect you
walk into sth (informal)
1 to become involved in an unpleasant situation, especially because you were not sensible enough to avoid it: I realized I'd walked into a trap.
2 to succeed in getting a job very easily: She walked straight into a job at the bank as soon as she graduated.
walk into sth/sb to crash into sth/sb while you are walking, for example because you do not see them: I was in a hurry and almost walked into the glass door.
walk off to leave a person or place suddenly because you are angry or upset
walk sth<->off to go for a walk after a meal so that you feel less full: We walked off a heavy Sunday lunch.
walk off with sth (informal)
1 to win sth easily
2 to take sth that is not yours; to steal sth
walk out (informal) (of workers) to stop working in order to go on strike
related noun WALKOUT
walk out (of sth) to leave a meeting, performance, etc. suddenly, especially in order to show your disapproval: They hinted that they would walk out of the peace talks.
walk out (on sb) (informal) to suddenly leave sb that you are having a relationship with and that you have a responsibility for: How could she walk out on her kids?
walk out (on sth) (informal) to stop doing sth that you have agreed to do before it is completed: I never walk out on a job half done.
walk (all) over sb (informal)
1 to treat sb badly, without considering them or their needs: She'll always let him walk all over her.
2 to defeat sb easily
related noun WALKOVER
walk up (to sb/sth) to walk towards sb/sth, especially in a confident way: She just walked up to the desk and asked to see the manager.
1 [C] a journey on foot, usually for pleasure or exercise: Let's go for a walk. + I like to have a walk in the evenings. + She's taken the dog for a walk. + He set out on the long walk home. + The office is ten minutes' walk from here. + a ten-minute walk + It's only a short walk to the beach.
2 [C] a path or route for walking, usually for pleasure; an organized event when people walk for pleasure: a circular walk + There are some interesting walks in the area. + a guided walk around the farm
3 [sing.] a way or style of walking; the act or speed of walking rather than running: I recognized him by his walk. + The horse slowed to a walk.
4 [C] (AmE) a SIDEWALK or path
Idioms: a walk of life a person's job or position in society
She has friends from all walks of life.
ways of walking
creep He could hear someone creeping around downstairs.
limp One player limped off the field with a twisted ankle.
pace I found him in the corridor nervously pacing up and down.
pad She spent the morning padding about the house in her slippers.
plod They wearily plodded home through the rain.
shuffle The queue gradually shuffled forward.
stagger They staggered out of the pub, completely drunk.
stomp She stomped out of the room, slamming the door behind her.
stroll Families were strolling around the park.
tiptoe They tiptoed upstairs so they wouldn't wake the baby.
trudge We trudged up the hill.
1 trip on foot
brief, little, short
We took a brief walk around the old quarter.
| good, long, long-distance, marathon
It's a good (= fairly long)walk to the town centre, so I usually cycle. We went for a long walk after breakfast. He's done several long-distance walks for charity.
| three-minute, five minutes', etc.
It's a five-minute walk from the lecture theatre to the restaurant. We live just a few minutes' walk from the station.
| brisk, vigorous
The doctor advised a brisk walk every day.
| easy, gentle, leisurely | hard, strenuous | exhilarating, lovely, pleasant, pretty | twenty-minute, two-mile, etc. | after-dinner, afternoon, daily, evening, etc. | solitary
She used to enjoy solitary walks along the cliffs.
| romantic | guided
We went on a guided walk of the city in the afternoon.
| charity, sponsored
She's doing a 200-mile sponsored walk in aid of cancer research.
| circular | coastal, country, forest, hill, lakeside, nature, riverside, woodland | space, tightrope
the anniversary of the first space walk
VERB + WALK
do, go for, go on, have, take
The book contains circular walks you can do in half a day. We'll go for a walk before lunch. We went on a ten-mile walk along the coast.
| take sb/sth for
She takes her dog for a walk every evening.
They broke their walk at a pub by the river.
| continue, resume
WALK + VERB
The walk takes two hours. The walk takes you past a lot of interesting buildings.
on a/the ~
He met her on one of his Sunday afternoon walks.
| within (a) ~
All amenities are within an easy walk of the hotel.
| ~ from, ~ to
a walk around
I had a little walk around to calm my nerves.
2 style of walking
funny, silly | jaunty | mincing | loose-limbed | ungainly | fast | sedate, slow, stately
VERB + WALK
She did a silly walk to amuse her friends. He has a mincing walk, fast with short steps.
3 a walk: speed of walking
VERB + WALK
slow to | move off at, set off at
The horses set off at a walk.
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