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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-intransitive: To move over a surface by taking steps with the feet at a pace slower than a run: a baby learning to walk; a horse walking around a riding ring.
- verb-intransitive: To go or travel on foot: walked to the store.
- verb-intransitive: To go on foot for pleasure or exercise; stroll: walked along the beach looking for shells.
- verb-intransitive: To move in a manner suggestive of walking: saw a woodpecker walking up the tree trunk.
- verb-intransitive: To conduct oneself or behave in a particular manner; live: walks in majesty and pride.
- verb-intransitive: To appear as a supernatural being: The specter of famine walks through the land.
- verb-intransitive: Slang To go out on strike.
- verb-intransitive: Slang To resign from one's job abruptly; quit.
- verb-intransitive: Slang To be acquitted: The alleged killer walked.
- verb-intransitive: Baseball To go to first base after the pitcher has thrown four pitches ruled as balls.
- verb-intransitive: Basketball To move illegally while holding the ball; travel.
- verb-intransitive: Obsolete To be in constant motion.
- verb-transitive: To go or pass over, on, or through by walking: walk the financial district of a city.
- verb-transitive: To bring to a specified condition by walking: They walked me to exhaustion.
- verb-transitive: To cause to walk or proceed at a walk: walk a horse uphill.
- verb-transitive: To accompany in walking; escort on foot: walk the children home; walked me down the hall.
- verb-transitive: To traverse on foot in order to survey or measure; pace off: walked the bounds of the property.
- verb-transitive: To move (a heavy or cumbersome object) in a manner suggestive of walking: walked the bureau into the hall.
- verb-transitive: Baseball To allow (a batter) to go to first base by throwing four pitches ruled as balls.
- verb-transitive: Baseball To cause (a run) to score by walking a batter. Often used with in.
- noun: The gait of a human or other biped in which the feet are lifted alternately with one part of a foot always on the ground.
- noun: The gait of a quadruped in which at least two feet are always touching the ground, especially the gait of a horse in which the feet touch the ground in the four-beat sequence of near hind foot, near forefoot, off hind foot, off forefoot.
- noun: The self-controlled extravehicular movement in space of an astronaut.
- noun: The act or an instance of walking, especially a stroll for pleasure or exercise.
- noun: The rate at which one walks; a walking pace.
- noun: The characteristic way in which one walks.
- noun: The distance covered or to be covered in walking.
- noun: A place, such as a sidewalk or promenade, on which one may walk.
- noun: A route or circuit particularly suitable for walking: one of the prettiest walks in the area.
- noun: Baseball A base on balls.
- noun: Basketball The act or an instance of moving illegally with the ball; traveling.
- noun: Sports A track event in which contestants compete in walking a specified distance.
- noun: Sports Racewalking.
- noun: An enclosed area designated for the exercise or pasture of livestock.
- noun: An arrangement of trees or shrubs planted in widely spaced rows.
- noun: The space between such rows.
- phrasal-verb: walk out To go on strike.
- phrasal-verb: walk out To leave suddenly, often as a signal of disapproval.
- phrasal-verb: walk over Informal To treat badly or contemptuously.
- phrasal-verb: walk over Informal To gain an easy or uncontested victory over.
- phrasal-verb: walk through To perform (a play, for example) in a perfunctory fashion, as at a first rehearsal.
- idiom: walk away from To outdo, outrun, or defeat with little difficulty.
- idiom: walk away from To survive (an accident) with very little injury.
- idiom: off To win easily or unexpectedly.
- idiom: off To steal.
- idiom: walk on air To feel elated.
- idiom: walk (someone) through To guide (someone) deliberately through (a process), one step at a time: She walked me through the installation of new software.
- idiom: walk out on To desert or abandon.
- idiom: walk the plank To be forced, as by pirates, to walk off a plank extended over the side of a ship so as to drown.
- on the walk home einant namo 2 nueinamas kelias
- to go at a walk eiti žingsniu
- I kne
- the shops are a tenminute walk away iki parduotuvių 10 minučių kelio (pėsčiomis) 3 žingsnis
- važiuoti žingine 4 eisena