walked, past tense; walking, present participle; walked, past participle; walks, 3rd person singular present;
Move at a regular and fairly slow 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
Use similar movements but of a different part of one's body or a support
he could walk on his hands, carrying a plate on one foot
Go on foot for recreation and exercise
you can walk in 21,000 acres of mountain and moorland
Travel along or over (a route or area) on foot
the police department has encouraged officers to walk the beat
(of a quadruped) Proceed with the slowest gait, always having at least two feet on the ground at once
Ride (a horse) at this pace
he walked his horse toward her
Abandon or suddenly withdraw from a job, commitment, or situation
they can walk away from the deal
we were expecting the merger with Bell to go through—we didn't expect Bell to walk on the deal
Be released from suspicion or from a charge
had any of the others come clean during the trial, he might have walked
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
(of a ghost) Be present and visible
the ghosts of Bannockburn walked abroad
Used to describe the way in which someone lives or behaves
walk humbly with your God
Be awarded first base after not swinging at four balls pitched outside the strike zone
Allow or enable (a batter) to do this
(of a pitcher) Give a walk with the bases loaded so as to force in (a run)
Cause or enable (someone or something) to walk or move as though walking
she walked her fingers over the dresses
Guide, accompany, or escort (someone) on foot
he walked her home to her door
Take (a domestic animal, typically a dog) out for exercise
a man walking his retriever
Push (a bicycle or motorcycle) while walking alongside it
An act of traveling or an excursion on foot
he was too restless to sleep, so he went out for a walk
Used to indicate the time that it will take someone to reach a place on foot or the distance that they must travel
the library is within five minutes' walk
A route recommended or marked out for recreational walking
A sidewalk or path
A part of a forest under one keeper
The round followed by a mail carrier
An unhurried rate of movement on foot
they crossed the field at a leisurely walk
The slowest gait of an animal
A person's manner of walking
the spring was back in his walk
An instance of being awarded (or allowing a batter to reach) first base after not swinging at four balls pitched outside the strike zone
the act of traveling by foot; "walking is a healthy form of exercise"
use one's feet to advance; advance by steps; "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"
base on balls: (baseball) an advance to first base by a batter who receives four balls; "he worked the pitcher for a base on balls"
accompany or escort; "I'll walk you to your car"
manner of walking; "he had a funny walk"
the act of walking somewhere; "he took a walk after lunch"
WALK may refer to: *WALK (AM), a radio station (1370 AM) licensed to East Patchogue, New York, United States *WALK-FM, a radio station (97.5 FM) licensed to Patchogue, New York, United States
Walk is the first album by American singer-songwriter Andrew Peterson, released in 1996.
Cricket is a team sport played between two teams of eleven. It is known for its rich terminology. from CricInfo retrieved May 13, 2008 from the England Cricket Board retrieved May 13, 2008 from BBC News retrieved May 13, 2008 Some terms are often thought to be arcane and humorous by those not ...
Texas heavy metal band Pantera released a number of EPs for the song "Walk" in 1993.
Graph theory is a growing area in mathematical research, and has a large specialized vocabulary. Some authors use the same word with different meanings. Some authors use different words to mean the same thing. This page attempts to keep up with current usage.
Horse gaits are the various ways in which a horse can move, either naturally or as a result of specialized training by humans.Ensminger, M. E. Horses and Horsemanship 6th edition USA: Interstate Publishers 1990 ISBN 0-8134-2883-1 p. 65-66
A trip made by walking; A distance walked; An Olympic Games track event requiring that the heel of the leading foot touch the ground before the toe of the trailing foot leaves the ground; A manner of walking; a person's style of walking; A path, sidewalk/pavement or other maintained place on ...
(walking) gerund of walk; Incarnate as a human; living; Able to walk in spite of injury or sickness; Characterized by or suitable for walking
(WALKED) Term used when a traveler arrives at a hotel with a reservation but no rooms are available, so the hotel pays for the traveler’s accommodations at another hotel.
(Walked) A customer has left without paying the bill or a employee get fed up and just left in the middle of their shift.
(Walkers) A transport that utilizes legs for locomotion. Martian tripods from War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells qualify as walkers.
(Walkers) A working boater's term for Lot Mead Lock, No. 80, GU main line.
(Walkers) are available in a variety of styles to meet individual needs. Folding, adjustable walkers can be easily transported in vehicles. Hemi-walkers allow for one-hand utilization. Wheeled walkers minimize lifting. Many accessories, such as walker trays, baskets or pouches are available.
(Walking) When passing a boat, the cox announces each seat as it is passed.
(WALKING) A period of experience you are passing through; personal effort being made (where you are walking, the pace, the surface, and level of comfort offer further clues as to what your present concern is) / Needing to practice what you preach; being proud (walking tall); being disrespectful ...
(Walking (through a list)) Walking refers to looping through any list - i.e., a list of inventory items, a list of nearby references, an array, etc.
(Walking) A patient is considered markedly restricted in walking if, all or substantially all the time, he or she:
(Walking) In cDNA sequencing projects, the process of designing primers to the 5' and 3' ends in successive, multiple steps across difficult or very long stretches of cDNA sequence.
(Walking) Linear dispersion of subsequent bullet holes in a target instead of grouping (that usually results from a heated barrel deflecting away from a pressure point within the stock forend).