例句1. the two men walked along the road deep in conversation’
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No, you can walk .
Don’t walk all over me.
I wonder if you enjoy taking a walk after supper?
How long will it take to walk to the station?
What do you say to a short walk ?
Turn left there and walk two blocks. You can’t miss it.
Our office is a 5-minutes walk from the Shanghai Station.
We’re just a short walk from the Shanghai Station.
Just ten minutes’ walk from my house there’s an old temple, and its grounds are now used as a park.
Walk down these stairs.
Walk down this hill.
How many minutes walk from here?
It’s thirty minutes walk from here.
Walk softly as you approach the baby’s crib.
Of course, an alternative view might be (that)it’s not easy to persuade people to drive less and walk more.
We’ll go for a walk in the country at the beginning of spring.
After dinner sit a while; after supper walk a mile.
Why not go out for a walk ?
A child who has just learnt to walk can fall down even on level and smooth ground.
Workers are going to walk out.
I’m afraid I can’t go for a walk with you.
I lent the old woman my arm as she couldn’t walk easily.
It’s a short walk .
Models are posing on the cat-walk competition
After the bath, he took a walk in the yard.
The boy hopped the mud puddle and ran down the walk .
You’ll have to walk .
Would you care for a walk ?
Can you walk ?
1.A farm where a hound puppy is trained.
2.A flock of snipe.
‘A party of hunters could wipe out a _walk_ of snipe in a morning.’
‘They are solitary in habit; who, I wonder, has seen a ″ _walk_ ″ of snipes?’
3.A part of a forest under one keeper.
‘In the mid 16th century a quarter of the _walk_ was set with old oak and the rest with oak, thorn, maple, birch, hazel, withies, holly, and ash.’
‘The use of the Forest as an exclusive hunting ground waned during the reign of Charles II and the office of ″Keeper of the _Walk_ ″ became a Grace and Favour appointment.’
‘the street lamps illuminated the riverside _walk_ ’
‘When they reached the front _walk_ of the Nelson house at the top of the hill, Caitlin turned and faced him.’
5.A person’s manner of walking.
‘the spring was back in his _walk_ ’
‘Her _walk_ slows, and I know she’s planning on giving him all the coins in her pockets and wallet.’
6.A route recommended or marked out for recreational walking.
‘there are picnic places and waymarked _walks_ ’
‘For those who prefer gentler exercise there are networks of low level _walks_ to be enjoyed.’
7.An act of travelling or an outing on foot.
‘he was too restless to sleep, so he went out for a _walk_ ’
‘You may enjoy your _walk_ more if you take your baby along in a baby carrier.’
8.An instance of reaching first base automatically after not hitting at four balls pitched outside the strike zone.
‘He worked eight innings and gave up five runs on nine hits while recording nine strikeouts and four _walks_ .’
‘It’s still three strikes you’re out and four balls for a _walk_ but so much of the fun is gone.’
9.An unhurried rate of movement on foot.
‘they crossed the field at a leisurely _walk_ ’
‘I lowered my pack to the floor and gave her a weary smile as she slowed down to a _walk_ , staring as she approached.’
10.The place where a gamecock is kept.
11.The round followed by a postman.
‘the first job is to sort the mail into routes or _walks_ ’
‘Before going on his ’ _walk_ ’, he would sort the mail delivered by horse and cart from Leominster into a pile for each postman and sub-office.’
12.The slowest gait of an animal.
‘she reined her horse to a slow _walk_ ’
‘I love their cries, their shape, their colour, their _walk_ , their flight.’
13.Used to indicate the time that it will take to reach a place on foot or the distance to be travelled.
‘the library is within five minutes’ _walk_ ’
‘A half-hour _walk_ along the rough track on the right of the lochan takes you to the base of the buttress.’
1.(of a batsman) leave the field without waiting to be given out by the umpire.
‘The batsman knows he is out, yet, I’ve never heard of a match referee suspending a batsman for not _walking_ .’
‘There’s argument over whether he should try to persuade opposing batsmen to _walk_ when he’s convinced they’re out.’
2.(of a ghost) be visible; appear.
‘the ghosts of Bannockburn _walked_ abroad’
‘Maybe it’s because of who my mother was, or maybe it’s because of that ghost I’ve seen _walking_ .’
3.(of a quadruped) proceed with the slowest gait, always having at least two feet on the ground at once.
‘You apply the aids for a left lead canter and the horse just keeps _walking_ along as though nothing changed at all.’
‘Now they would have to wait for some hours before the horses were able to _walk_ again.’
4.(of a thing) go missing or be stolen.
‘customers have to leave a deposit to ensure the beer glasses don’t _walk_ ’
‘But do you not find pens ’ _walk_ ’ around the office? I can never keep a pen on my desk, whereas one of my colleagues seems to ’breed’ them.’
5.Abandon or suddenly withdraw from a job or commitment.
‘he was in place as the male lead but _walked_ at the eleventh hour’
‘When we arrived over 100 New Orleans P.D. officers had already _walked_ off the job.’
6.Allow or enable (a batter) to walk.
‘Jason Michaels flew out and Jimmy Rollins was intentionally _walked_ to load the bases.’
‘Vaughn _walked_ Heinie Groh twice, but he was erased both times with a double play.’
7.Be released from suspicion or from a charge.
‘had any of the others come clean during the trial, he might have _walked_ ’
‘Maybe if he hadn’t been so foolish by buying books on forensic investigation or in the way he dealt with his car, he might have _walked_ . But he didn’t and clearly the jury thought he was guilty.’
8.Go on foot for recreation and exercise.
‘you can _walk_ in 21,000 acres of moorland’
‘Patients must be initiated into simple exercises such as _walking_ .’
9.Guide, accompany, or escort (someone) on foot.
‘he _walked_ her home to her door’
‘a meeting to _walk_ parents through the complaint process’
10.Live or behave in a particular way.
‘ _walk_ humbly with your God’
‘Whether we like him or not, the man was born of flesh and blood, and he lived and he _walked_ among us.’
11.Move at a regular pace by lifting and setting down each foot in turn, never having both feet off the ground at once.
‘I _walked_ across the lawn’
‘she turned and _walked_ a few paces’
12.Move in a similar way to walking, but using one’s hands or a support such as stilts.
‘he could _walk_ on his hands carrying a plate on one foot’
‘Clara is like an angel when she _walks_ on stilts, beating her drum.’
13.Reach first base automatically after not hitting at four balls pitched outside the strike zone.
‘Never one to draw many base on balls, Rich is _walking_ at the lowest rate of his career.’
14.Ride (a horse) at the slowest pace.
‘he _walked_ his horse towards her’
‘He began to _walk_ his horse towards me, pushing me into line with the other men.’
15.Take (a dog) out for exercise.
‘she spotted a man _walking_ his retriever’
‘Recently, my friend with a lovely new puppy dog showed me a great place to _walk_ the dog.’
16.Train and look after (a hound puppy).
17.Travel over (a route or area) on foot.
‘the police department has encouraged officers to _walk_ the beat’
‘I recently attended a meeting in Central Park where a considerable number of us _walked_ the route of the proposed road.’
18.Used to suggest that someone has achieved a state or position easily or undeservedly.
‘no one has the right to _walk_ straight into a well-paid job for life’
‘She _walked_ straight into a business analyst position with a major consulting firm after graduating in economics and government.’
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