|1.||[ verb ] 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"
|Related terms:||ride travel march march stumble stagger pace perambulate stagger slog tread stalk shuffle promenade wade sneak stomp limp prowl amble swagger slink prowl stroll clump tiptoe flounce lumber slouch ambulate tramp_down mince foot stride toddle hike lollop sleepwalk toe traipse tap step perambulate perambulate pedestrian step|
|2.||[ verb ] traverse or cover by walking|
"Walk the tightrope" "Paul walked the streets of Damascus" "She walks 3 miles every day"
|Related terms:||traverse pedestrian walker|
|3.||[ verb ] accompany or escort|
"I'll walk you to your car"
|Related terms:||accompany march trot|
|4.||[ verb ] (baseball,sport) obtain a base on balls, in baseball|
|Related terms:||score baseball|
|5.||[ verb ] live or behave in a specified manner|
"walk in sadness"
|6.||[ verb ] take a walk; go for a walk; walk for pleasure|
"The lovers held hands while walking" "We like to walk every Sunday"
|Related terms:||travel constitutionalize|
|7.||[ verb ] (baseball,games) give a base on balls to; in baseball|
|Related terms:||play baseball|
|8.||[ noun ] the act of traveling by foot|
"walking is a healthy form of exercise"
|Related terms:||locomotion march shamble prowl gait ambulation plodding sleepwalking wading pace|
|9.||[ noun ] (baseball) an advance to first base by a batter who receives four balls|
"he worked the pitcher for a base on balls"
|Related terms:||accomplishment baseball|
|10.||[ verb ] make walk|
"He walks the horse up the mountain" "Walk the dog twice a day"
|Related terms:||compel parade march|
|11.||[ noun ] manner of walking|
"he had a funny walk"
|12.||[ verb ] be or act in association with|
"We must walk with our dispossessed brothers and sisters" "Walk with God"
|13.||[ noun ] (transportation) the act of walking somewhere|
"he took a walk after lunch"
|Related terms:||travel hike amble foot last_mile perambulation turn walkabout moonwalk walk-through constitutional|
|14.||[ noun ] (sport) a slow gait of a horse in which two feet are always on the ground|
|15.||[ verb ] walk at a pace|
"The horses walked across the meadow"
|16.||[ noun ] a path set aside for walking|
"after the blizzard he shoveled the front walk"
|Related terms:||path sidewalk promenade catwalk skywalk boardwalk|
|17.||[ noun ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 7634|
|18.||[ noun ] (work) careers in general|
"it happens in all walks of life"